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The Buresh Daily Discussion

The Buresh Daily Discussion

Action News Jax Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh takes a deep dive into the day's forecast, and its impact on the next few days.

6/14 - Friday

CBS47/FOX30 FIRST ALERT FORECAST – FRI., JUNE 14TH CHIEF METEOROLOGIST MIKE BURESH WOKV RADIO The WOKV Weather Meter for Today: 7 TODAY: Partly sunny & hot with isolated showers. High: 91… 80s at the beaches. TONIGHT: Mostly clear. Low: 72 SATURDAY: Partly sunny & hot. High: 96 FATHER’S DAY: Partly sunny. High: 91… 80s @ beaches. MONDAY: Partly sunny. High: 89 TUESDAY: Partly sunny. High: 89

6/13 - Thursday

Humid day with only an a few showers • Temperatures will stay near average the next few days with low 90s in the afternoons and low 70s at night. • Dry morning commute • Highs today in the mid to upper 80s at the coast and lower to mid 90s inland • Isolated coverage of inland showers/storms expected this afternoon • Rain chances continue to trend downward for the remainder of the week. • Father’s Day weekend looks hot and mostly dry. • Temperatures rise Saturday into the mid-90s for northeast Florida, and middle to upper 90s/100 for southeast Georgia. • Onshore winds continue through the weekend keeping a moderate risk of rip currents at the beaches. TROPICS: Two areas are being watched for development: one offshore the southeast US and one in the southern Gulf of Mexico. Neither pose a threat to us, but we will see continued onshore winds into next week keeping a moderate risk of rip currents in place. The first name will be "Alberto." TODAY: Partly cloudy and humid with a few showers/storms. HIGH: 92 TONIGHT: Partly cloudy. Low: 73 FRIDAY: Partly sunny with an isolated shower. 73/91 SATURDAY: Partly to mostly sunny and hot. 72/97 (hotter in SE GA) FATHER'S DAY: Partly sunny. 73/92 MONDAY: Partly sunny with isolated showers/storm. 74/90 TUESDAY: Partly sunny with a few showers/storm. 75/89 WED./JUNETEENTH: Partly sunny, scattered thunderstorms. 73/88

6/12 - Wednesday

Tracking a few showers for some neighborhoods • Dry morning commute • Highs today in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees • Widely scattered coverage of inland showers/storms expected this afternoon • Not much rain at the coast • Rain chances continue to trend downward for the remainder of the week. • Father’s Day weekend looks hot and mostly dry. Only an isolated shower. • Onshore winds continue through the weekend keeping a moderate risk of rip currents at the beaches. Tropics: Weak low pressure will cross the state of FL and enter the SW Atlantic offshore the SE US tomorrow. Conditions are not ideal for tropical development but there is a low chance a tropical/subtropical system will form. No impacts to us except some enhanced rip current risks at the beaches later this week. TODAY: Partly sunny and humid, widely scattered inland afternoon showers/storm. HIGH: 90 TONIGHT: Partly cloudy. Low: 73 THURSDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy with a few inland showers/storms. 73/89 FRIDAY: Partly sunny with an isolated shower. 73/92 SATURDAY: Partly sunny and hot. 72/94 FATHER’S DAY: Partly sunny, isolated shower. 73/89 MONDAY: Partly sunny, a few showers. 74/90 TUESDAY: Partly sunny, isolated shower. 72/89

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