JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Scattered storms are pushing through most of our area, cooling us down a bit from the low 90s of the afternoon. Tonight will be muggy and warm, with overnight lows in the mid to low 70s and gradually clearing skies.
Wednesday’s forecast dried out for Northeastern Florida, but not for Southeastern Georgia. To the south of the state line will be sunny to start, miserably hot and humid during the afternoon hours as we top out in the mid 90s, with increasing clouds during the day. To the north of the state line we start out sunny, warm up into the low to mid 90s, with scattered storms pushing from west to east across the area between 2-7p.m. Chance for rain in GA: 60%, chance for rain in Florida: 30%.
Thursday kicks off a drier, hotter weather pattern with limited chances for afternoon storms. Expect partly cloudy skies and temperatures climbing into the mid 90s, feeling more like the triple digits thanks to humidity.
Friday will be partly cloudy, mostly dry, and very hot, topping out well into the mid 90s.
Saturday starts out in the muggy mid 70s, and warms into the sticky mid 90s. There is a 20% chance for an isolated shower.
Sunday will be partly cloudy and even hotter, with afternoon highs flirting with the upper 90s and a 30% chance for an isolated storm to pop up.