It has been a warm night with dry conditions except across the state line in Southern Georgia. Areas around Waycross had heavy rain and some severe storms this evening but the storms will settle down after midnight.
Patchy fog will be possible late tonight into early Wednesday for inland NE FL and SE GA. Temperatures tonight will be mild with lows in the middle and upper 60s.
Little rain will break the heat as highs in the upper 80s inland could reach into the 90s over the next several days. Temps will be in the lower 80s along the coastline.
Wednesday brings more heat and less rain coverage. Only an isolated shower or storm is possible along the sea breeze with the best targets across inland NE FL around Gainesville and west of Starke in the late afternoon.
Thursday will be very hot and dry with limited rain chances through Friday. Temps stay above normal with highs from the mid-80s along the coast to 90 inland.
Saturday won’t be very sunny with a cold front approaching which could cause some showers throughout the day. Heat relief arrives Sunday after the front passes with a return to the low to mid 80s and a cooler NE flow.