Less rain, hotter temperatures this week

JACKSONVILLE, FL. — It’s going to dry out the next couple of days as we crank up the heat.

Action News Jax Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh says we’ll be in the low to mid 90s Tuesday with fewer showers and thunderstorms. A few isolated showers and storms will develop on the sea breeze early to mid afternoon and any storms will move inland with time.

Less than a quarter of the area will see any significant rainfall but heavy downpours are possible for the areas that do see rain. For example, on Monday downtown Jacksonville had a strong shower over the area, while other neighborhoods saw no rainfall.

For the most part, this week will be mostly sunny with highs reaching into the low to mid 90s. Feels-like temperatures will build to 105+ by mid to late week.

In the tropics, there are no areas of immediate concern for now. Updates can always be found in Talking the Tropics with Mike Buresh.

Jeana Gondek

Jeana Gondek

Jeana Gondek is the Assistant News Director and one of the morning anchors of Jacksonville’s Morning News on 104.5 WOKV. She is an outdoor lover, an avid concert goer, and is always looking for any restaurant recommendations or things to do in and around Duval County.

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