Expect a soggy end to the weekend, with scattered showers and thunderstorms Sunday afternoon.
Overnight clouds kept temperatures generally in the low 70s overnight, so patchy fog and reduced visibilities were not an issue. While there will be sunshine in the morning hours, clouds will build through the day.
A cold front sinking through the Southeast today should come to rest and stall out this afternoon just to the north of the Brunswick area. This cold front will act as a catalyst point for showers and thunderstorms to fire up. The moisture and daytime heating will also contribute to 60% coverage of afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
Isolated strong storms are possible, the primary concern would be strong gusts of wind. The heaviest rainfall accumulations will be along and to the north of the state line.
For the Jaguars game, passing showers are possible during tailgating time, and through kickoff. Umbrellas are not allowed in the stadium, so bring your jackets or ponchos. Rain chances decrease slightly after halftime.
Overnight a few showers may linger, with rain chances spiking again on Monday afternoon as we top out around 90°, expect 50% coverage of afternoon showers.