Showers fade and make way for a “cool front” Tuesday
Good evening! After another humid and stormy day we’re drying out tonight. Come Tuesday we’ll welcome a “cool front” into the area that will bring some showers and storms, but most importantly drop our humidity and leave those north of the front with beautiful weather come Wednesday morning.
Locally heavy rain could lead to flooding again today
Light rain near the Gulf Coast with a few showers north of I-10. Locally heavy rounds of slow moving storms could lead to local flooding. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop around 2 p.m. These will continue to push across northeast Florida and southeast Georgia with strong to isolated severe storms, hail, local flooding, lots of lightning and gusty wind. Cloudy skies with patchy fog overnight.
Summer showers and sizzling summer heat
Most of the rain is over for Jacksonville this evening. However, we are watching two bands that will continue in parts of the southern counties from Putnam to St. Johns late this afternoon and rain should last later into the evening across Georgia. The storms in Georgia could become briefly strong with gusty winds and heavy rain through 7 pm. The rain will move east out into the Atlantic while missing most of Duval tonight.
Friday forecast is like a romance novel, hot and steamy
A steamy afternoon under partly cloudy skies with a chance of showers, storms south of I-10. Scattered showers and storms will develop after 2 p.m. Alachua, Putnam, St. Johns and Flagler counties will have the best chance of showers, storms. Partly cloudy skies tonight with patchy fog overnight.
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.
Morning showers then partly cloudy, weekend forecast looks better...
Cloudy skies with a few showers possible south of I-10 this morning then becoming partly cloudy and breezy. Partly cloudy skies continue overnight with patchy fog forming late. Partly cloudy and dry through around 2 pm Saturday with showers and storms forming across southeast Georgia then sliding south through the evening.
Tornado Watch expires, more rain on the way
1:00 pm Update: The tornado watch has expired as the storms in question weakened our way. Rain, locally heavy at time will continue to move across I-10 and approach Jacksonville and areas of I-95 around 2 pm. More rain overnight with much more to follow through Saturday afternoon. John Gaughan will keep you ahead of the wet stuff starting at 4pm, continues tonight at 5pm on News4Jax.
Seasonal temperatures with a stray shower or two, looking ahead to the weekend
Onshore wind under partly cloudy skies with showers, storms possible this afternoon. North of I-10 and across southeast Georgia, mainly dry. Showers with thunderstorms will develop this afternoon, carried by the northeasterly wind, south of I-10 and across northeast Florida, 20-50 percent.
Sun for some, showers and storms for others
Onshore wind returns today bringing partly cloudy skies with showers, storms possible this afternoon. Some of our southern counties will see an early start and will continue with the best chance of showers, storms. North of I-10 and across southeast Georgia will stay mainly dry. Showers with thunderstorms will develop this afternoon, carried by the northeasterly wind, south of I-10 and across northeast Florida, 20-50 percent.
Texas flooding damages homes, closes part of I-10
Violent weather pounding the Midwest left a trail of destruction. There are reports of multiple tornadoes that touched down Tuesday. Animals were rescued when one hit northwest of Springfield, Illinois. Other areas saw high winds that knocked over trucks and damaged homes. Hail the size of golf balls poured down. No one was reported hurt. Flooding is still a major concern in the South. David Begnaud reports from Deweyville, Texas, where much of the town is underwater.cbsnews.com