Scattered storms fade after sunset, mostly dry and very hot the rest of the week

Jacksonville's weather forecast looks very hot through the weekend

Warm & muggy overnight

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – We have scattered storms, mainly north of I-10 moving from the west to the east across our area. We will see a few storms firing up along I-95 in Northeastern Florida that will blossom as they move to the east and offshore through sunset.

The storms will fade overnight and we will be warm and muggy. Expect clearing skies and temperatures in the low 70s.

Thursday will be partly cloudy, very hot, with a few scattered afternoon storms. Expect to top out around 95 degrees, with feels like temperatures around 102 degrees. You have a 30% chance to see the storms.

Friday and Saturday will be very hot, topping out around 96 degrees. Expect partly cloudy skies and isolated chances for a few scattered afternoon storms.

Sunday we will top out at 95 degrees and we expect 30% chances to see afternoon storms.

Monday the drier air over us starts to erode and we see increasing chances for afternoon storms through the middle of the work week.

Hot and drier this week