JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — “Talking the Tropics With Mike” updated each day through the hurricane season (June 1 - Nov. 30).
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Lots of chatter regarding the Jaguars & the hot Sept. home games. The avg. high at JIA in Sept. ranges from 89 degrees F on the 1st to 87 degrees on the 15th to 85 degrees on the 30th. So the First Alert Weather team took a look going back to 2001. From 2001-2010 the avg. high temp. for each Jags home game was 86.75 degrees (with a low of 72 degrees & a high of 95 degrees). From 2011-2020 the avg. was 88.37 degrees with a low of 82 degrees & a high of 97 degrees. From 2021-2023 the avg. high temp. for each Sept. game was 87.8 degrees.
Just 3 months left in 2023! The October averages for JIA: