Boomerang heat returns with record breaking heat

Jacksonville’s weather forecast heats right back up into the 90s.

Heading much hotter
Heading much hotter

Friday starts out on the cool side, in the low 60s. That won’t last, under mostly sunny skies temperatures will race through the 70s and 80s and top out in the record-challenging low 90s. Winds will be out of the south between 5-10 mph.

Current record highs for the next 3 days

Friday 89° in 1991

Saturday 89° in 2009

Sunday 89° in 1991

Yep, record breaking heat this weekend! We should have little trouble in breaking through these levels. Expect to wake up in the mid 60s and heat up into the low 90s under mostly sunny skies with light winds.

Monday looks a tad cooler, hitting 85° for an afternoon high despite mostly sunny skies.

Much needed chances for rain build into our forecast Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, but it won’t be as widespread as we hope.

Heat streak through the weekend
Heat streak through the weekend

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