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Relief from the heat arrives today in North Florida

The 24-hour temperatures difference at 2pm today in north Florida and south Georgia.

Relief from the heat of the past few days will come in the form of quick moving showers and storms throughout Monday. There will be several rounds of showers moving in off the Atlantic starting in the late morning through the evening hours. This will help keep temperatures capped in the 80’s and allow for lower heat indices, compared to the past four days of feeling like 100°+.

Drier air moves in due to Tropical Storm Cristobal remaining well to the east of the United States. Cristobal will drag in drier air for the middle of the week, bringing lower rain chances and warmer temperatures. A typical summer pattern returns Friday into the weekend with increased humidity and shower and thunderstorm activity.


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