As the remnants of what was once Hurricane Bertha moves away and weak high pressure settles in, we’re in for a below average day in all areas except temperatures. In the summer months we can usually count on an afternoon thunderstorm to provide some relief from the unbearable heat and humidity. For today however, dry air has taken hold. Dew points will drop into the mid 60’s and high temperatures this afternoon will reach the low to mid 90’s. That’s a recipe for a much more comfortable day. There is a low chance for a spotty afternoon thunderstorm between 1pm and 5pm, but overall a much more dry day is ahead for North Central Florida.