JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - WATCH LIVE: Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh has your First Alert forecast beginning on CBS47 at 5.
Very hot Wednesday afternoon & evening with feels like temps remaining over 100 degrees through 7 p.m. A few showers and storms get going as the sea breezes move inland, focusing rain and storms over the Hwy 301 corridor. Heavy rain and frequent lightning can't be ruled out.
Rain threat picks up Thursday with scattered showers & storms. The Jags' preseason home game at TIAA Bank Field will be impacted by storms, especially pregame and around kickoff. Scattered storms last all the way through Saturday with afternoon temperatures into the upper 80s!
Heat Advisory in effect today at 11 am until 6 pm for some inland communities. Feels Like Temps will be 105-110 degrees.— Garrett Bedenbaugh (@wxgarrett) August 14, 2019
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