JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Update: Very early morning thundershowers (midnight to 3am) are light to moderate in nature and will fade before daybreak (7am). But, sunshine this morning will help to destabilize the atmosphere allowing for additional showers and storms later this Gameday.
Highs near 80° with about a 40% chance of showers after 5pm means some showers could impact tail gating at the stadium, but rain chance fade quickly after 7pm, allowing for hopefully a dry game tonight.
News4JAX's Weather Authority has faded the Weather Authority Alert Night as showers and thunderstorms that will move into our area late Wednesday and early Thursday,will be only marginally disrupting. There maybe some delays in your morning commute from wet roadways. Still, expect constant updates on air, online, on our social media, and through the app until the bad weather passes Thursday.
Best chances for heavier storms will be from 9pm until 8am Thursday. We have decent chances for thunderstorms and strong gusts of wind. Flooding will not be too much of a concern, we expect to pick up between 1-2' of rain to the North of I-10. You make wake up to the rumble of thunder overnight Wednesday night as the storms march East and South.
Northeastern Florida will wake up to soggy conditions tomorrow and they will stick around through the morning commute. wet roadways and slower driving conditions. Northeastern Florida will pick up between .25-1" of rain, leading to little to no concern for flooding.
The chances for rain begin to fade throughout the day, which gives hope to the forecast being dry in time for game time on Thursday night.