Hurricane Guide

Hurricane preparedness: What you need to know in Baker County

Hurricane preparedness: What you need to know in Baker County

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.

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The Buresh Daily Discussion

The Buresh Daily Discussion

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 6th, 2020

MORE RAIN & SCATTERED STORMS ON-&-OFF RAIN THROUGH WED. STORMS MORE SCATTERED THU./FRI. TROPICS: T.D. #5 FORMED SAT. OVER CENTRAL ATLANTIC - COULD BRIEFLY BECOME A STORM BEFORE WEAKENING.... & EYE ON GULF COAST LOW THAT MOVES OFF CAROLINA COAST BY TUE.

July 4, 2020

SCATTERED HEAVY AFTERNOON STORMS 4TH OF JULY: MIDDAY/AFTERNOON STORMS DIMINISHING IN THE EVENING SUNDAY: SHOWERS, SCATTERED STORMS SEVERAL INCHES OF RAIN BETWEEN NOW & MON. SUMMARY AT THE END

July 3, 2020 - HOT/HUMID….. AT TIMES – STORMY

7-3-2020 HOT/HUMID….. AT TIMES – STORMY ON-&-OFF SHOWERS & STORMS THROUGH THE WEEKEND INTO MON. HEAVY RAIN AT TIMES – 2-5” IN SPOTS OVER SEVERAL DAYS – LOCALIZED FLOODING…. SOME DRY HOURS TOO BEACHES: HOT/HUMID, SCATTERED STORMS FIREWORKS SAT. EVENING: SHOWERS & STORMS FADING, WARM/MUGGY, LIGHT WINDS

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