Humberto or not, here's what we can expect

The tropical disturbance is not expected to intensify much until Sunday

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Here we go again, as another tropical system is aiming somewhat toward Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.

The latest forecast track from the National Hurricane Center keeps the cone of uncertainty well east of Florida.

LATEST TRACK: Hurricane Center sees storm reaching Florida this weekend

(Click to enlarge the photos to see the impacts for your area)


A stronger system, as forecasted by the Euro model, has Humberto riding up the East Coast of Florida and turning west of Jacksonville 250 miles offshore Sunday night. This track has its positives for Jacksonville, as the heaviest rainfall and impacts would be more confined to the coastal areas. As in, just like Dorian, we would see the greatest impacts along area beaches.

There would be very little impact west of U.S. 301. 

Our impacts would be mainly brief but heavy downpours Sunday.  

Winds will range from 15-20 mph with gusts to 20 mph at the coast all day Sunday.

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