Today, in a word...HOT! Showers, storms return Friday
Hottest day of the week! A southerly shift in the wind and high pressure will combine for a hot and dry afternoon. Mostly sunny early then becoming partly cloudy as a warm breeze blows. Mostly clear tonight with patchy fog possible inland. Showers with storms return Friday.
Hot, humid and hazy, more to come...
Hot and getting hotter. The summer sizzle builds with well above normal afternoon highs. Partly cloudy and mainly dry across southeast Georgia and northeast Florida with limited showers, storms across our southern counties. Patchy fog forming overnight, warmer than average temperatures continue.
Partly cloudy with showers possible late, Spring will start feeling like summer
Breezy again this afternoon with a slight chance of afternoon showers. High Surf and a High Risk of Rip Currents continue through late tomorrow. Becoming partly cloudy with the chance of showers increasing late this afternoon and overnight tonight.
Sunny then showers tonight, flowers, sunny skies and hugs for Mom
Mostly sunny and breezy with cloudy skies developing late followed by scattered showers, storms overnight through Saturday afternoon. Breezy and warm Saturday with clearing skies through the day. Sunny, cool and breezy for Mother’s Day.
Sunny and windy, High risk of Rip Currents
Sunny and windy today: Becoming sunny with near seasonal afternoon highs and a strong onshore flow. Wind from the ENE will build through the late morning, afternoon. Mostly clear and cool tonight with patchy inland fog possible. Less wind under partly cloudy skies Friday.
Becoming breezy, a few showers possible
Partly cloudy with near seasonal temperatures. The sea breeze is on the move and will bring a slight chance of showers this afternoon as it pushes across northeast Florida. Breezy, especially along our beaches, where swimmers will have to be cautious due to high Rip Current risks.
Weather lottery, a lucky few may see showers
A toasty Tuesday with a slight chance of late day showers. A warmer start with patchy fog will give way to partly cloudy skies and near record highs. Showers will develop late this afternoon along an approaching cold front mainly after 2 pm. Showers linger overnight.
Warm start to the week, a luck few may see showers
A warm start to the workweek. Near seasonal morning temperatures will be followed by above normal afternoon highs. Breezy under partly cloudy skies as the onshore flow continues. The sea breeze could spark a shower or two near and along Highway 301 to I-75 late this afternoon.
Sunny, cool and breezy, free AC for the week
A terrific Tuesday under sunny skies. Breezy and cool today with NNW wind 10-15 mph. Afternoon highs today will be 7-11 degrees cooler than seasonal averages. Clear skies with a light breeze tonight. Breezy and sunny conditions continue as the wind turns onshore.
Flirting with morning inland temperatures in the 40s
On average, during the month of May, we will have just ONE morning with temperatures in the 40s. With that knowledge, enjoy the next few mornings as we will see morning temperatures right “around” 50°. Beaches will be milder, but even along the coast a cool afternoon breeze will keep afternoon temperatures only in the 60s.
Morning showers then partly cloudy, weekend forecast looks better...
Cloudy skies with a few showers possible south of I-10 this morning then becoming partly cloudy and breezy. Partly cloudy skies continue overnight with patchy fog forming late. Partly cloudy and dry through around 2 pm Saturday with showers and storms forming across southeast Georgia then sliding south through the evening.
Cloudy and warm, the pattern continues
Showers with areas of light rain continue across Putnam, Inland St. Johns and Flagler counties. Cloudy skies with late day scattered showers, storms will develop near and along Highway 301 and then push east this evening. Showers possible early Friday morning and the unsettled pattern continues this weekend.
Tornado Warning in St. Johns ends
A likely tornado has moved offshore away from Usina Beach. The tornado threat is over. Drive with caution on A1A and US 1 near Araquey for possible debris damage. Radar showed possible wind-born debris west of US1 and north of Main Street in St. Augustine close to Holmes Blvd and 4 Mile Road. A trained waterspout was spotted as the severe storm rolled off Vilano Beach at 7:30 a.m.
It’s no longer freezing in Chicago: Here’s how our recent cold stretch compares with the city’s coldest deep freezes on record
The temperature at O’Hare International Airport, the city’s official recording site, was 33 degrees at 11:51 a.m., Sunday. It’s the first time the temperature reached above 32 degrees after 17 consecutive days of below freezing conditions.chicagotribune.com