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Warm Wednesday night, heat increases for the rest of the week

Update: Storm rains will ease several times near and along Highway 301/US1, and the weakening storm will slowly drift south of Putnam County. Cloudy with warm nights and partly heavy fog on Thursday morning.

Thursday will be hot with limited showers and storms. If the heat index is 104-108, a heat advisory may be issued. West-southwest winds may cause scattered rain and thunderstorms, but coverage is limited to areas near Highway 301 to Interstate 95 and the beach.

Tonight: Showers and isolated storms abate. Nights are cloudy and mild, with partial fog inland.

Thursday: Sporadic showers and isolated storms develop near and along Interstate 301 to Interstate 95 and Beach, causing 20-30 damage in southeastern Georgia 40 to 50 percent in Northeast Florida. The minimum temperature in the morning is in the low 70s to low 80s. The peak of the mid 90’s. The sensible temperature is about 104 to 108 degrees. WW winds 5-10 mph.

Look ahead. High temperatures with the possibility of a High Temperature Advisory, scattered showers daily, and storms expected over the weekend.

Sunrise: 6:33am

Sunset: 8:31 PM

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