Near record highs today with sea breeze showers, storms possible after 2pm. Above normal temperatures expected Wednesday followed by increasing showers, storms across southeast Georgia, northeast Florida.
Partly cloudy and hot today with isolated showers, storms possible along the sea breeze near Putnam, St. Johns and Flagler counties. Near record highs today followed by midweek showers, and storms, then seasonal temperatures to close the week.
Today: Partly cloudy with highs in the low to mid 90s inland, low 90s along our beaches. Record for today is 93 set in 2006. Sea breeze showers, storms possible mainly after 2pm, 20-30 percent, along our southern zones. Partly cloudy with light patchy fog tonight. Wind SW 10-15 mph.
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.
Looking ahead: Increasing showers and storms Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures will return to near seasonal levels Friday, Saturday.
Pollen: 6.2 Hickory, Oak, Grass
Sunrise: 6:40 am
Sunset: 8:07 pm