Gorgeous weather now but hotter days returning soon; Hermine pounds the southeast

Hurricane Hermine made landfall at 2 a.m. near Saint Marks, Florida, with winds at 80 mph. Heavy rain, strong winds and possible tornadoes will threaten most of Florida and Georgia through this evening. Hermine will continue to drift northeast hammering the Carolinas through Sunday and even impact New York City through Labor Day. Hermine has been downgraded to a tropical storm.

Back at home a completely different weather picture, as clear skies and dry conditions continue to reign overhead! Another cool start is happening out-the-door, as temperatures hover in the upper 50s. Honestly, today looks to be just about perfect, under sun-filled skies, light winds and low humidity! Here is your breakdown for today and the entire weekend…enjoy!

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