JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Nassau and Duval Counties until 12:15 a.m. The passing storm is capable of producing winds up to 60 mph with heavy rainfall and lightning.
Up in Georgia strong storms continue to track east across portions of coastal SE GA producing heavy rainfall and gusty winds up to 50 mph.
Rain chances will fade once the front passes. A few strong storms with gusty winds are likely.
Monday will start out cloudy and windy. We will wake up in the upper 40s low 50s with afternoon highs barely reaching the mid 50s by lunch. By early afternoon our temperatures will turn cold fast with temperatures in the 40s returning by 4-5pm.
Tuesday and Wednesday morning will have the chilliest temperatures, in the low 30s. Due to strong northwesterly winds our feel-like temperatures will sit in the upper 20s low 30s. Grab that coat! Both days expect sunny skies and afternoon temperatures only in the mid to low 50s.
The 60′s are back Thursday and the low 70s are back Friday. Heading into next weekend, long term forecast models show the potential for several wet days in a row, especially along and to the north of I-10.