Richard Nunn, News4JAX

Richard Nunn


Jacksonville, FL, United States

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A damp start leads to another afternoon of scattered showers, storms

Update: 11:00 a.m.: Showers with embedded thunderstorms are developing near and over the Okefenokee Swamp. These are drifting slowly north, between 441 to the west and US 1 to the east. → Read More

The unsettled pattern continues, more to come this weekend

Scattered showers, storms develop late with locally heavy rain possible. Scattered showers and storms will develop around 1p.m. followed by the sea breeze pushing west of I-95 late afternoon, evening. Showers with storms will linger past sunset. Locally heavy rainfall, flooding, gusty wind and frequent lightning strikes possible in stronger storms. → Read More

Temperatures will soar, records will fall; heat advisory through 8 p.m.

Thursday is the hottest day of the week. A heat advisory is in effect through 8 p.m. Feels-like temperatures 105 to 112 degrees. → Read More

If you work outside, take shade and water breaks, you’ve earned it

A Heat Advisory is in effect through 7 p.m. Scattered showers and storms will develop after 2 p.m. Slow-moving storms could produce locally heavy rainfall and gusty wind. → Read More

Friday forecast is like a romance novel, hot and steamy

Happy Fri- yay! We’ll continue our steamy afternoon under partly cloudy skies with a chance of showers, storms south of I-10. Scattered showers and storms have developed closer to Alachua, Putnam, St. Johns and Flagler counties and will continue to track east. Partly cloudy skies tonight with patchy fog overnight. → Read More

Hot end to the week with showers, storms

Mother Nature is putting the fry in Fry-day! Hot and humid with late day showers, storms. These will be carried by the sea breeze, enhanced along a weakened, stalled front along the FL/GA line. Showers, some tropical this weekend. → Read More

Sizzling afternoon highs under sunny skies

Hot and mainly dry today. Sizzling afternoon highs under sunny skies. A lucky yard or two may see a shower late today across southeast Georgia. The heat continues tomorrow. → Read More

Hot Hump day with limited showers, storms

A few light showers with seasonal afternoon highs and a steady east/northeast breeze.  Showers possible after 11 am through around 2 pm south of I-10. → Read More

Hot plus humid plus a showers equals a steam bath

The sea breeze is on the move pushing a few showers, downpours and the rumble of thunder across I-95 and the River City. Isolated showers, storms will continue moving inland through the rest of the evening. → Read More

Showers with storms today, more to come this weekend

A warm start with patchy fog then becoming cloudy with scattered showers, storms, 50-70 percent for NE FL, 30-40 percent for SE GA. A transition day from hot and dry to much needed rainfall will start mainly after the lunch hour. Rounds of wet weather will continue this weekend. → Read More

A firsthand look at how the Coast Guard trains for vital rescues

In a single year, the Coast Guard responded to nearly 20,000 search-and-rescue cases, saving nearly 3,600 lives. → Read More

Hot, humid and hazy, more to come...

Hot and getting hotter. The summer sizzle builds with well above normal afternoon highs. Partly cloudy and mainly dry across southeast Georgia and northeast Florida with limited showers, storms across our southern counties. Patchy fog forming overnight, warmer than average temperatures continue. → Read More

Warm, cloudy with scattered showers, much warmer this weekend

Cloudy skies and showers continue to build this afternoon/evening. A few smaller, isolated showers are taking shape along the I-95 corridor and pushing west. These will progress inland through the rest of the day, evening. → Read More

More than a month left of Spring, but Summer is moving in

About a month of Spring on the calendar, but summer is sneaking in. High Surf and a High Risk of Rip Currents continue through tomorrow night. Becoming partly cloudy with the chance of showers increasing late this afternoon and overnight tonight. → Read More

Friday forecast and your weekend too

Happy Fri-yay! Clear, cool and refreshing. No, I’m not talking about frosty malt beverages. It’s your finally Friday forecast heading into the weekend. → Read More

Spring will feel like summer as humidity returns

Our Spring afternoon will feel Summer-ish as humidity returns for a warm Wednesday. Afternoon highs will continue to run a little above seasonal averages and when you add the humidity, it will feel 3 to 5 degrees warmer. Wet weather returns for some Thursday with an unsettled pattern continuing through the weekend. → Read More

Getting you ready for the weekend

Happy Fri-yay! Partly cloudy start to the weekend. Clouds return late tonight with showers possible early tomorrow Saturday. Are you going to the Clay County Fair? Sunday is looking great. → Read More

Sunglasses start the week, umbrellas unfold Thursday

Happy Monday! Sunny skies, shorts and sunglasses start the week. We will be opening umbrellas Thursday. → Read More

Grab your sunglasses, the weekend is looking bright

Happy Fri-yay! We’re in for a great weekend for planting, pruning, car washes or just being lazy in the sun. → Read More

Rain delays at the Players, may delay your plans too

Rain delays continue for the Players. Rain returns with thunderstorms. Rain, heavy at times, will be possible through the rest of the day. Additional rain could lead to areas of flooding. Heaviest amounts will be over NEFL, lighter amount north of I-10 and SE GA. → Read More