JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Putnam County had been dealing with an isolated severe thunderstorm between Satsuma and Rodman. Exact Track Radar showing hail was nearly 2″ in size between the two towns. That kind of hail will leave a dent (or two, or three, or....) in cars and trucks. It may also cause some roof damage too!
That storm faded quickly as it moved slowly north.
Meanwhile here in Jacksonville, we saw some decent lightning from this distant storm. Overall, a dry and comfortably warm night for Jacksonville. Heat, some more PM storms build into the weekend forecast. By next week afternoon feel-like temperatures may reach nearly 100°. Whew!
Friday, which is also Juneteenth- observing when slavery was abolished in the US, will be sunny and warm. We start out with partly cloudy skies, during the afternoon a few clouds and a seas breeze develops. Expect to top out around 90° with a few scattered storms popping up in our southern counties.
Saturday, which is the summer solstice, will be mostly sunny, hot and dry. We will wake up in the low 70s and warm up into the low 90s, with only a 20% chance for an isolated afternoon storm.
Sunday, which is Father’s Day will be even hotter. We will top out at 94° with an isolated, 20% chance for showers.
Monday look similar to Father’s Day, with mid 90s, partly cloudy skies, and only an isolated chance for showers.
Tuesday kicks off a wetter weather pattern with increasing chances for rain during the afternoon hours as we head through the week. Afternoon temperatures will be in the mid to low 90s.