JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — TODAY: The heat builds with a dome of high pressure but without the oppressive humidity. We push 90 by noon with highs in the lower 90s. Nature kicks in a nice ocean breeze this afternoon. A less than 10% it will kick off a lonely shower. This evening looks awesome under the waning gibbous.
WEEK AHEAD: Rain chances remain under 10% as high pressure remains in control. As a result, by mid to late week highs are in the mid to upper 90s. Memorial Day weekend we'll be looking at highs in the upper 90s to near 100! (pushing the triple digits in some areas away from the coast)!
ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON LESS THAN TWO WEEKS AWAY: Make sure you and your family continue to prepare and have a plan. The peak of hurricane season is September 10th and the long-range maps show it active along the East Coast of the United States. An unorganized area of low pressure near Bermuda tries to develop into a subtropical storm but poses no threat to us but is a reminder to stay ready.