TUESDAY: Humberto will help wrap in drier air and by the afternoon it will help with the heat despite highs in the upper 80s, lower 90s along the coast; lower to middle 90s inland. Expect plentiful sunshine and a comfortable breeze from the north.

WEDNESDAY: A back door front will sneak in from the north early in the morning, which means a change in our weather pattern. Winds will be breezy out of the northeast and clouds will fill our skies. Showers will be possible mainly along the coast for the first half of the day and then inland as they push southwest into the afternoon. Highs get knocked down into the lower and middle 80s with a nice fall feel to the air thanks to dew points in the 60s.

THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL IN DUVAL: Gusty northeast winds will blow in a few coastal showers throughout the day. The majority of us will stay dry, but the clouds will rule our skies. For tailgaters downtown, temperatures will be in the lower 80s with a wind of 15+ mph and gusts up to 30 mph. Kickoff is 8:20 p.m. Temperatures during the game dip into the upper 70s.

A big night in Duuuuval as the Jags take on the Titans in TIAA Bank Field.
A big night in Duuuuval as the Jags take on the Titans in TIAA Bank Field.
WTLV

FRIDAY INTO THE WEEKEND: High pressure will reign meaning sunny skies and a pleasant breeze from the east. Highs will warm into the middle and upper 80s with mostly dry conditions.

TROPICS: Active, but things stay quieter close to home through next weekend.

The tropics are active, but there are no threats locally for at least the next week.
The tropics are active, but there are no threats locally for at least the next week.
WTLV

Elsewhere in the tropics, there are two disturbances --  One of them formed into Tropical Depression Ten in the central tropical Atlantic late Tuesday morning. While conditions are favorable for further development in the coming days, there is high confidence it will curve away from the U.S. and remain out at sea over the next 7 days. The other tropical low, in the Gulf of Mexico, has a low chance of development and its core is expected to move inland along the northwestern Gulf coast increasing rain chances for Texas.

As always, please keep checking back for update as the Atlantic hurricane season does not  end until  November 30.