Cool front will help

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - THE NEAR RECORD HEAT CONTINUES AND THE TROPICAL CYCLONE HEADING TOWARD THE BAHAMAS CONTINUES TO INTENSIFY
.........................However there is a cool front on the way that will take care of both for us
the cool front will bring increasing t-strorms and northeast winds that will cool us off
and it will cause the cyclone to recurfve and pass over 300 miles east of us next week.

Locally only isolated t-torms will offer help with the heat until the cool front arrives
the motion of the few storms will be from the north

for the river city by the sea and surrounding waterways on Saturday
winds will be out of the west at 5-10 except for a sea breeze on the sand late in the day
the river and surf temp is 82-89
hi tide will be near 8am and lo tide near 2pm
winds and seas will increase in a big way late sunday and monday

monday-wednesday we will have highs only in the 80's
meanwhile the tropical cyclone should pass well east of us by over 300 miles
showers and northeast winds locally will gradually drop.

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