Storms fired up this afternoon over inland Southeastern Georgia and drifted slowly to the south-southeast. We will see downpours and storms moving into Northeastern Florida during the evening hours. Most of the rain will stay along and to the west of I-95 thanks to the sea breeze.
Expect mostly cloudy skies tonight, with some partial clearing after midnight, which means coastal areas may be able to see the early morning rocket launch just after 5am. Temperatures will be in the low 70s.
Saturday looks mostly cloudy, with building chances for rain during the day. Expect widespread showers and storms, especially to the west of I-95. We could see flooding within heaver downpours, especially in already saturated areas along I-75. Temperatures warm into the humid mid 80s.
Sunday looks similar, but also includes a few chances for coastal showers.
Monday we will see a decent chance for afternoon storms, the drier weather we are looking forward to has slowed down and won’t make it to us until Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday will be rather lovely with a nice cool start in the upper 60s. Expect mostly sunny skies and warm afternoon temperatures.