Saturday looks gorgeous, as severe storms rip the Deep South Sunday

Two rounds of storms expected late this weekend, one not so bad and then there will be severe possibilities Monday

Clearing skies and temperatures turn chilly

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – We wake up chilly on Saturday, in the low 50s. Under mostly sunny skies we will warm up into the mild upper 70s. Saturday looks like the prettiest weather day of the next 7 days!

Saturday doesn’t have much competition in that arena, we have some stormy days ahead. Sunday starts off really nice, in the upper 50s and low 60s. Expect a warmer afternoon, in the mid 80s with increasing clouds during the latter part of the afternoon. We have a 30% chance for rain Sunday, and its mostly over inland Southeastern Georgia.

Late Sunday night turns stormy for Southeastern Georgia, and a line of storms ahead of a cold front will push into Northeastern Florida Monday. The timing is still unclear at this point, we will update you as it becomes more clear. We have the potential to see damaging gusts of wind and isolated tornadoes with Monday’s storms.

Monday will be warm, with the line of storms pushing through. Once we are done with the storms, Tuesday and Wednesday look pretty wet too, with widespread, slow moving showers making for the potential for minor, temporary flooding.

Thursday our forecast dries out and looks nicer, in the 70s under partly cloudy skies.

Wet weather ends the weekend and carries us through the middle of the week