A warm night as thunderstorms weaken over the Atlantic waters

Be safe in the heat

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Update:  8:30 pm.  The thunderstorm cluster is moving offshore from the St. Johns county beaches.  Rain across I-95 will continue to move east and come to an end around 9:00 pm.  A quiet, but warm night is expected for the forecast circle with another HOT afternoon tomorrow.

Sizzling summer temperatures through the end of the week.  The heat and humidity combination will be potentially dangerous again tomorrow with Excessive Heat Warnings possible this weekend.

Tonight:  Partly cloudy and warm with isolated showers and storms possible near and along I-10 through around 9 p.m., 30 percent.  Temperatures will hover around the low to mid 80s tonight.

Wednesday:  Hot with scattered showers with thunderstorms, 20-30 percent.  Wake up temperatures in the mid to upper 70s.    Highs in the mid to upper 90s with a heat index of 105 to 110 degrees.  Wind N/SE 10-15 mph.

Looking ahead.  A hot week ahead with near record highs and possible heat advisories daily.

Sunrise:  6:27 am

Sunset:  8:32 pm

About the Author:

Richard Nunn is the Weather Authority Chief Meteorologist