Higher humidity, temps, rain/storm chances

Widely scattered afternoon thunderstorms likely along and north of Georgia border.

Jacksonville, Fl — Our warming trend is underway with higher humidity as well. Action News Jax Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh says we’ll climb into the mid-80s this afternoon with a threat for rain and storms.

“Pretty strong storms are going to fire near the Florida-Georgia border this afternoon. So not very far away but the tendency should be for these to stay mainly north of the border through this afternoon”, said Buresh.

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The sea breeze will likely trigger a threat for afternoon storms between I-95 to the beaches. These would move pretty fast - upwards of 30 mph to the north and east.

We stay stay humid and cloudy overnight with a scattered shower or thunderstorm. Rain and storms will be around Wednesday, which appears to be the warmest of the week. Temperatures will push close to 90 degrees mid-week.

Thursday is still looking cloudy with scattered showers and a few storms. Temperatures will be in the low 80s. By Friday the pattern turns dry, less humid and much cooler. It’ll be breezy with temperatures in the mid-70s.

The weekend looks dry, sunny, and spectacular. Temperatures will be below average, only in the low to mid-70s.

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