JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Tuesday's storms seem to have more wind (some hail) than rainfall. Yes, those who got pounded saw up to 1.5" of rain, but a whole lot of others just had cooling gusty winds.
Max winds recorded were in the Arlington area, little rainfall but outflow wind gusts to 51 mph on Tuesday afternoon.
Wednesday will be similar as hazy sunny skies will pump up our temperatures into the 90s. Feel-like around 104° before a few PM storms.
It appears (for the moment) that Wednesday's storms will be later into the evening and come dropping out of Georgia.
Often times these types of storms can be severe...
Thursday will be wet, especially during the afternoon and early evening hours. Expect mid 90s for the afternoon hours.
Friday will be slightly cooler, with afternoon highs in the low 90s, and widespread showers and thunderstorms.
The 4th of July starts out in the mid to low 70s and warms up into the low 90s. We’ll need to dodge the showers and thunderstorms that will be widespread during the afternoon hours.
The hot and stormy weather continues into Sunday and Monday.