Today is forecast to be nearly the same temperature as yesterday.
Forecast for Kingsland
Updated: 5:00 AM EDT on May 22, 2013
Dense fog advisory in effect until 9 am EDT this morning...
Partly cloudy with a chance of a thunderstorm and a chance of rain, then thunderstorms and rain showers in the afternoon. High of 86F. Winds from the SE at 5 to 15 mph shifting to the East in the afternoon. Chance of rain 30%.
... Dense fog advisory in effect until 9 am EDT this morning...
The National Weather Service in Jacksonville has issued a dense fog advisory... which is in effect until 9 am EDT this morning.
* Visibility... less than one quarter mile.
A dense fog advisory means visibilities will frequently be reduced to less than one quarter mile. If driving... slow down... use your headlights... and leave plenty of distance ahead of you.
Public Information Statement
Statement as of 6:12 am EDT on May 22, 2013
The following is a safe boating week message from the National safe boating Council and the National Weather Service for this years National safe boating week.
The topic today: hypothermia
Wearing a personal flotation device, pfd, in the water is a key to survival. A pfd allows you float with a minimum of energy expended and allows you to fight hypothermia when you assume the heat escape lessening position - h. E. L. P.
Hypothermia is a condition in which core temperature drops below the required temperature for normal metabolism and body functions which is defined as 95 degrees. If exposed to cold the internal mechanisms are unable to replenish the heat that is being lost, and a drop in core temperature occurs. As body temperature decreases, characteristic symptoms occur such as shivering and mental confusion. Heat is lost more quickly in water than on land. Water temperatures that would be quite reasonable as outdoor air temperatures can lead to hypothermia. A water temperature of 50 degrees often leads to death in one hour, and water temperatures hovering at freezing can lead to death in as little as 15 minutes. Water at a seemingly warm temperature of 79 degrees will, after prolonged exposure, lead to hypothermia.
This message was brought to you by the National Weather Service and the National safe boating Council. Visit the National Weather Service on the web at www.Weather.Gov and the National safe boating Council at www.Safeboatingcouncil.Org
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