We are in the 90s on this hot Tuesday and may finish the day with a record highs of 93. Most of us stay dry but a couple isolated storms may break the heat this evening in St. Johns and Flagler counties close to the coast.
Above normal temperatures in the 90s are expected again Wednesday followed by increasing showers, storms across southeast Georgia, northeast Florida.
Wednesday: Patchy fog with partly cloudy skies, wake-up temperatures in the upper 60s to low 70s. Showers will be possible before sunrise. Afternoon highs in the low to mid 80s for SE GA, 80s to low 90s across NE FL, 80s along the beaches. Showers with storms will move across our area as the cold front pushes through. Rain chances will develop early and linger through the day, overnight, 50-70 percent for SE GA, 30-40 percent for NE FL.
Rain continues Thursday mostly across NE FLA followed by a return to near seasonal lower 80s Friday and Saturday.