JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. – A bit of touch and go showers are set to land in Jacksonville Beach in time for this weekend's Sea and Sky Air Show at Jacksonville Beach -- Sunday may turn out a bit drier before afternoon showers and storms arrive after 1 p.m. Sunday.
Clouds and a stiff southeast to east breeze could strain pilots and spectators. Rain showers will be more numerous Saturday compared to Sunday but both days will have spots of rain tracking ashore.
A steady south breeze at 15-20 mph will combine with clouds to result in balmy temperatures in the low 80s both days.
On Sunday rain chances may drop in the morning but increase in the afternoon but it won't be as wet overall compared to Saturday.
Low cloud ceilings may hinder some aerobatics if the base hovers around 4,500 feet in the "low show."