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Posted: Wed Jul 27 13:27:47 2016

...Inland Heat Indices Around 105F This Afternoon...


Sunny skies will allow temperatures to warm quickly into the mid 90s Inalnd, and lower 90s near the coast. Peak heat indices around 105 degrees are expected.

Isolated showers and thunderstorms will develop over interior sections this afternoon as the Atlantic Coast sea breeze pushes inland. A sea breeze collision is expected to occur this evening near or just west of Lake county and produce a period of scattered showers and lightning storms.

If working or recreating outdoors, drink plenty of water and take frequent breaks out of the sun to prevent heat related illness or injury.

Posted by Meteorologist - frj


Posted: Wed Jul 27 10:55:03 2016

...Inland Heat Indices Around 105F This Afternoon...


Sunny skies will allow temperatures to warm quickly into the mid 90s Inalnd, and lower 90s near the coast. Peak heat indices around 105 degrees are expected.

Isolated showers and thunderstorms will develop over interior sections this afternoon as the Atlantic Coast sea breeze pushes inland. A sea breeze collision is expected to occur this evening near or just west of Lake county and produce a period of scattered showers and lightning storms.

If working or recreating outdoors, drink plenty of water and take frequent breaks out of the sun to prevent heat related illness or injury.

Posted by Meteorologist - frj


Posted: Wed Jul 27 08:10:36 2016

...Inland Heat Indices Around 105 This Afternoon...


Sunny skies will allow temperatures to warm quickly reaching the mid 90s, except lower 90s near the coast this afternoon. Peak heat indices around 105 are expected.

Mainly isolated showers and thunderstorms over interior sections this afternoon as the Atlantic Coast sea breeze pushes inland. A sea breeze collision is expected to occur this evening near or just west of Lake county and produce a period of scattered showers and lightning storms.

If working or recreating outdoors, drink plenty of water and take frequent breaks out of the sun to prevent heat related illness or injury.

Posted by Meteorologist - frj



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