Hot, humid weather to continue with highs in the 90s, lows in the 70s through the week. An upper level ridge will shift a little north & west Thu. & Fri. which should allow a couple of upper level disturbances to drop southward into the SE U.S. igniting afternoon & evening storms -- more numerous than the first half of the week.
Check out the photo below from Tony Osbon, Amelia Island looking west/southwest toward Jacksonville as t'storms build near JIA late Tue.
The sun set off some fireworks of its own Mon.:
On July 2, 2012, an M5.6 class solar flare erupted in the sun's southern hemisphere from large sunspot 1515. It peaked at 6:52 AM EDT. This video was captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) satellite in the 304 ultraviolet wavelength. Click here for the video.
From NASA....our July skies:
** View the Milky Way this month, view Mars and saturn at sunset, Venus and Jupiter at dawn. Click ** here **.