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Big heat continues, but relief on the way

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Updated: 6/12/2013 5:15 pm

JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- The First Alert Weather Team continues to track the heat and humidity. Temperatures will stay quite warm through the evening hours with just an isolated chance of a thunderstorm. Otherwise, many areas will experience a calm, but muggy night with mostly clear skies. The heat returns tomorrow afternoon with highs again pushing into the mid 90s, still shy of any record highs. Heat indices will peak between 102 and 105 degrees by mid-afternoon. Mostly sunny skies will give way to an approaching front Thursday night. Currently, Southeast Georgia is in a slight risk for severe thunderstorms late Thursday and early Friday. Storms will roll across the area Friday as the cold front pushes through. This front will provide us relief from the heat just in time for the weekend along with much drier air in its wake.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear, warm and muggy. Low: 74. Wind: SW 5 mph.

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny with a slight chance for a thunderstorm, but mainly late Thursday and early Friday. High: 95. Heat Index: 104. Wind: SW 5-10 mph.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy with storms possibly arriving in Southeast Georgia late. Low: 73. Wind: SW 10 mph.

FRIDAY: Mostly to partly sunny with scattered thunderstorms. High: 92. Wind: W/N 8-12 mph.

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