JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Hope you're staying cool in this heat and humidity! It's these warm summer months that the beach and pool-goers look forward to, but for others it's just downright brutal.

Remember to stay hydrated and keep yourself cool! Whether that's the shade, the pool, or the air-conditioning. Heat can become dangerous, keep an eye on pets, the elderly, infants, and those who don't do well in these temps.

Monday looks to be more of the same - similar to the weekend - with highs well into the 90s and heat index values ranging from 100 to 110 degrees. Our Atlantic sea breeze should begin to push inland by the mid-afternoon hours sparking a few downpours between I-95 and Highway 301. Activity will shift inland through the late afternoon hours with most of the region clear by sunset, which is at 8:32 p.m.

Thunderstorms will be on the increase, with more moisture in our atmosphere and colliding afternoon sea breezes, by Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. Highs will still range in the 90s each afternoon. Consider yourself lucky if you get caught in the rain because it'll help to cool things off a bit!