JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The next round of showers with an isolated thunderstorm or two are making their way across our area, mainly along and to the north of I-10. This round will not be nearly as intense as the storms we saw during the morning and midday- which cause flooding, power outages, and reports of small hail. The showers should wrap up around 5 p.m.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy and cool, with overnight lows around 60 degrees. Expect light winds and patchy fog.
Wednesday’s rain chances represent a situation that could be confusing, it’s a numerically low chance- 30%, but only because the showers tomorrow will be confined to a certain area, not because we won’t see showers. Not all of our counties have a chance for showers, but the counties in Southeastern Georgia can expect passing showers throughout the day. Expect cloudy skies and mild temperatures climbing into the low 70s. There is an evening chance for a few showers to the south of the state line.
Wednesday night will be foggy and cool, with temperatures getting down into the upper 50s.
Thursday will be the best day this week, expect partly sunny skies and mild temperatures topping out around 77 degrees. There is only an isolated chance for a stray shower.
Friday kicks off another round of wet weather that stretches into the weekend. Showers and thunderstorms are expect Friday and Saturday, with fewer on Sunday. The weekend will be breezy and cooler.