• First Alert Weather: How long the dry stays

    By: Corey Simma

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    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - WATCH LIVE: Meteorologist Corey Simma has your First Alert forecast all morning long on FOX30.

    Mostly sunny and HOT today with feels like temps between 100-105. The Atlantic sea breeze moves inland this afternoon, which may pop an isolated shower but most neighborhoods along I-95 are high and dry today. Best chance for a shower today will be west of Hwy 301. Afternoon storms expected on Saturday, but most of the activity will be inland. Threat for rain and storms increases Sunday through the first half of next week.

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    TROPICS: INVEST 98-L located between South Florida and Andros Island of the Bahamas. Slow development is possible with this system as it parallels the Atlantic coast through the weekend. This will elevate seas a bit off our coast during the weekend, then it moves away from the local area to start next week. It will also impact where and when the rain falls during the weekend. Stay tuned. Tropical Depression CHANTAL expected to weaken to a remnant low over the weekend, if not before.

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