JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Lots of pluses, but they all add up to be a negative, A big wet negative.
Deep tropical moisture, plus a hurricane nearing the Panhandle, plus an old front draped across the Florida - Georgia line is causing quite the convergence of moisture and now downpours across Clay, Duval, Nassau, Camden, Charleton counties.
Mind you, tonight’s downpours are not hitting every backyard, but a few backyards will see up to an inch of rain before they fade around midnight.
It is always a very challenging forecast when all the big forces come together. Therefore, best to keep your umbrella with you at all times, especially during the afternoon and evening hours through Friday.
Sunrise morning temperatures will be around 75°, rain chances will be there (35%) as each of next three mornings will be steamy. By mid-day, showers/downpours (45%) will be building and by evening there will be scattered downpours (60%), even a rumble of thunder or two. Daytime highs through Friday will be near 90°.
Winds will be a big story as we head into the weekend. We will first start with southeasterly winds, which will then veer towards a southwesterly direction. Those winds will build on Thursday and remain gusty on Friday. Winds will reach nearly 25 mph in some afternoon gusts.
Then the nor’easter begins to build, starting on Saturday, winds will shift again, to be mainly out of the northeast and gusts will approach 35 mph on Saturday and Sunday.
The northeasterly winds will remain gusty, strong through Wednesday next week,
Looks to be a 5 day nor’easter here’s more what we can expect (it’s alot).