It is hot even with the breezy SW flow gusting over 25 mph at times. The high hit 92 and we will dip below 90 by 7 pm. It is pretty dry now but some showers or isolated storms may spark toward the evening across Duval and Nassau counties and up into southern Georgia through 8 pm.
A cold front sinking southeward keeps rain in play Thursday morning. Clouds cut down on the heat with daytime highs in the 80s.
Look for most of the heavier rain after 9am with cloudy skies most of the day.
Great weather arrives Friday with sunshine and a cool start in the 50s. Highs top out in the low 80s with dry northwest winds under 15 mph.
More of the same is expected Saturday but Mother’s Day will be warmer in the mid 80s while staying dry.