As First Alert Hurricane Expo Week continues, Baker County Emergency Management’s Bek Parker says the community has been paying close attention throughout the coronavirus response. And that trust will be vital if a storm threatens and action is needed.
Action News Jax Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh takes a deep dive into the day's forecast, and its impact on the next few days.
July 9th, 2020- TROPICS
‘EXTRA’: TROPICS – EYE ON SYSTEM MOVING AWAY FROM JAX UP EAST COAST – COULD BECOME “FAY” – NO LOCAL IMPACTS
July 9th, 2020
The WOKV Weather Meter for Today: 6
TODAY: Partly sunny with scattered afternoon showers & t’storms. High: 91
TONIGHT: A lingering shower/storm early… partly cloudy. Low: 74
FRIDAY: Partly sunny with scattered afternoon showers & storms. High: 93
SATURDAY: Hot & humid… partly sunny with scattered afternoon showers & t’storms.. High: 94
SUNDAY: Hot… partly sunny with a few afternoon showers/t’storms. High: 95
MONDAY: Hot… partly sunny with a few afternoon t’storms. High: 96
July 8th, 2020 - MORE MIDDAY/AFTERNOON SHOWERS & STORMS
MORE MIDDAY/AFTERNOON SHOWERS & STORMS
STORMS BECOME MORE AFTERNOON VARIETY & SCATTERED LATE WEEK/WEEKEND – HOT!
TROPICS: LOW PRESSURE HUGGING EAST COAST LATER THIS WEEK (KLOTZBACH UPDATED SEASONAL FORECAST INCREASES NAMED STORMS BY 1)
BURESH BLOG: JUNE RAINFALL, KLOTZBACH UPDATED TROPICS FORECAST, TIMUCUAN FOUNDATION SERVICE HOURS FOR AREA PARKS