Our rain chances have dropped for NE FL but those across SE GA will continue to see showers track north this evening.
Strong winds will continue along our beaches with a north wind 17 to 20 mph and gusts 30+ mph. This caused higher than normal tides, rough/dangerous surf, and limited beach erosion over the weekend. There is a high rip current risk in place.
We do have a Gale Warning offshore and a Small Craft Advisory along our beaches due to rough seas and rough surf. Our beaches could see large breaking waves of 7 to 8 feet.
We struggled to reach the 60s today with most locations staying in the mid to upper 50s. Cloudy skies and strong northeasterly winds 15-20 mph will continue through the night with lows dropping into the low 50s.
Nor’easter conditions will follow us into Monday before we slowly improve with the a peek of sunshine returning Tuesday with highs back in the 70s - Yay!