Weather trend early this week: Less heat and a few storms

The trend will see a decrease in showers next few days

Showers will be mostly west of the St. Johns river this afternoon.
Showers will be mostly west of the St. Johns river this afternoon. (.)

Spotty showers have targeted coastal and southern areas in St. Johns County on Sunday and coastal areas and should begin spreading inland through the afternoon.

By the evening the majority of the rain will focus west of I-95. Many areas will be dry Sunday since storm chance is 30% with partly cloudy skies.

Highs reach the lower to mid-80s and offer a break in more typical 90-degree heat. Suppressed temperatures last the next couple days before it heats up later in the week.

An isolated heavy rain event is possible but widespread flooding rains are not anticipated anytime soon.

This is welcome news for flooded rivers. Black Creek crested Sunday morning at 18’ and will drop below 16’ flood stage Sunday evening.

Tonight lows dip into the lower 70s with partly cloudy skies and a 20% chance of isolated showers.


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