Partly cloudy skies with afternoon highs still above normal. Offshore wind will turn onshore after the lunch hour, becoming SE 10-15 mph. Some models continue to show a slight chance of showers for southeast Georgia late today, where a 10 percent chance should be enough to cover anything that may develop.
This will not be the case over the next few days as cloudy skies with showers and storms return. This not a complete wash out, but some much needed and appreciated rainfall. Isolated storms may be possible late Saturday, Sunday.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and warmer with afternoon highs in the 80s inland, 70s along the beaches. Wind SW/SE 10-15 mph. Becoming cloudy late with showers possible across southeast Georgia, 10 percent.
Friday: Patchy fog with wake up temperatures in the upper 50s to 60s. Partly cloudy skies with showers, storms increasing over southeast Georgia and I-75. Chance of showers for SE GA, 50 percent, 20 percent for the I-75 area of northeast Florida. Afternoon highs in the upper 70s to low 80s for SE GA, 80s widespread for NE FL. Wind SE 5-10 mph.
Pollen: Juniper, Oak, Bayberry ... 9.8
Looking ahead: Showers with storms will develop late Friday and again late Saturday with widespread showers lingering Sunday.