Our "warm spell" continues. Onshore east to southeast winds will play a role in just how warm temps. get due to occasional fog & a few showers, especially closer to the coast. Longer lasting morning fog/clouds will keep temps. a little lower & will modulate just how warm temps. get each day. Inland areas in particular should still manage to get well into the 70s & by Sun. & Mon. temps. will soar to near & above 80 degrees inland which will be near record levels. A cold front will finally move through the area Tue. night dropping temps. to near average Wed. & Thu.Our Jax N.W.S.
has posted on their website weather data (temps. & rain) for autumn (Sept.-Nov.) & for Nov. Turns out that Nov. was the 4th coolest on record in Jax due primarily to the many cloudy days later in the month. The slightly more than a quarter of an inch of rain at JIA was the 13th driest on record in what is normally one of the driest months of the year. Click here
to see the climate tables that include some other locations in NE Fl. & SE Ga.One of the continents
that rivals N. America in number of tornadoes is Australia. Nearby Auckland, New Zealand was hit by a very damaging tornado Thu. that killed 3. Click here
for more info.....here
for video of the storm plus damage.Check out the huge water moccasin
found near the Duval/Nassau Co. line in Fl.! Click here
for the story on the 7 foot, 80 lb. reptile that might end up being the largest on record in Florida!