Talk about a gorgeous, and hot way to end our weekend!
The Jacksonville International Airport reached a high temperature of 91° today, breaking the previous record of 89° set back in 1991. This was the 3rd day in a row that JIA reached a record high temperature.
Overnight we’ll stay mostly clear with winds out of the west at 5-10 mph.
We’ll start this upcoming week above average with mostly sunny skies but we’ll switch things up starting Tuesday.
Tuesday will be our next chance to see some rainfall as a cold front approaches SE GA and NE FL. These storms have the potential to be on the stronger side, as a result majority of our viewing area north of the I-10 corridor is under a Slight Risk for severe weather and those south of I-10 are under a Marginal Risk. The potential impacts include damaging winds, small hail, and isolated tornadoes. The Weather Authority will continue to bring you the latest updates and monitor the situation as we get closer.
Behind this front our temperatures will drop closer to our seasonal average in the mid to upper 70s by Thursday and Friday with mostly sunny skies.