JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Now Baker county getting on the severe storm list. Severe storms until 5:45 target Macclenny and the Westside for hail and gusty winds. Storm is moving east at 15 mph and could also impact Nassau and Duval. Penny size hail is possible. Locations impacted include... Orange Park, Callahan, Macclenny, Glen St. Mary, Maxville, Cisco Gardens, Ortega, Bellair-Meadowbrook Terrace, Bryceville and Cecil Field.
A severe thunderstorm was located over the coast in Duval county moving east at 20 mph. Dangerous weather expected until 5:30 in Duval for hail and winds to 60 mph until it moves off the coast.
Other severe storms are in St. Johns County in northeastern Florida... Northeastern Putnam County in northeastern Florida... East central Clay County in northeastern Florida... * Until 515 PM EDT. * At 423 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm was located over Picolata, or 8 miles southeast of Green Cove Springs, moving east at 20 mph. HAZARD...60 mph wind gusts and half dollar size hail. SOURCE...Radar indicated. IMPACT...Hail damage to vehicles is expected. Expect wind damage to roofs, siding, and trees. * Locations impacted include... Saint Augustine, Green Cove Springs, Hastings, World Golf Village, Saint Augustine Beach, Nocatee, Durbin, Vilano Beach, Picolata and Federal Point.
Storms are brewing and tracking across Clay And Putnam counties and set to march through Duval and St. Johns through 6 pm. Look for a good coverage in these areas with a 40% chance of rain through 7 pm.
Many of the storms are hiding in the hazy dusty Saharan air making the smothering heat feel extra horrendous.
Few storms with drier conditions expected in Georgia as temps bake areas in the 90s.
After the thunderstorms cool us down temps ease into the mid 80s tonight then upper 70s early Sunday.
Less rain is expected tomorrow and some of us may not see any rain. Just a 20% between 4-7 pm with partly cloudy skies and above normal heat near 95. The heat index will again top out near 105 in the afternoon.
Monday will have another above average hot day. Drier conditions take over and it’s unlikely we will see any rain. That changes Tuesday as stormy days last the remainder of the work week.