Rain moving in today but it gets heavier tomorrow

Tropical Depression #3 has dissipated

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Many of us are getting soaked across NEFLA as storms track toward the NE. Rain will move toward the coast through 6 pm with showers diminishing. 
Storms and rain however will continue mostly north of I-10 tonight and target areas across southern Georgia closer to an approaching cold front. Storms may be stronger this evening across southeast Georgia with gusts to 40-50 mph.. 
The weakening front will stall and act as a focal point for heavy rainfall Wednesday and Thursday with 2-3 inches of rain possible through Friday. 
Tropical Depression 3 fizzled out and has absolutely no impact or contribution to our wet weather the next couple days.


Wednesday: Cooler under cloudy skies with widespread showers, storms, locally heavy rainfall possible. Wake up temperatures in the 70s. Afternoon highs in the mid to upper 80s inland and along the beaches. Showers and storms, some locally heavy, possible dusk to dawn, with peak intensity between 2pm-8pm, 80-90 percent across northeast Florida, 50-70 percent across southeast Georgia. S/SW 5-10 mph.
Looking ahead: Locally heavy rainfall possible Wednesday, Thursday with the unsettled pattern lingering through the weekend.
Hourly Forecast:
3 pm 92 - 40%
5 pm 91 - 50%
8 pm 84 - 40%
10 pm 82 - 30%
Sunset: 8:26 pm



Looking ahead:  Locally heavy rainfall possible Wednesday, Thursday with the unsettled pattern lingering through the weekend.


Hourly Forecast:
Noon 89 - 20%
3 pm 92 - 40%
5 pm 91 - 50%
8 pm 84 - 40%
10 pm 82 - 30%

Sunrise: 6:39 am
Sunset:  8:26 pm

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