Storms are developing west of the St. Johns river but expect the majority to affect jst a few areas and remain brief. Clay and western Duval will see the rain track into Baker county this afternoon.
Mainly dry conditions are expected across NEFLA this evening but rain will focus around inland southern Georgia and the I-75 areas of Florida well after sunset.
A somewhat drier batch of air is moving in which keeps widespread areas from rain the next couple days. We can expect less rain except over the I-75 corridor as the sea breeze sweeps in each afternoon this week.
Tomorrow will be partly cloudy with highs in the upper 80s with a 20 percent chance of showers and storms in the afternoon. SE winds 10-15 keep temps cooler than inland areas which could hit 90.
Looking ahead: Warm morning lows with near seasonal afternoon highs. Rain chances will be limited through the end of the week.
3 pm 89
4 pm 90
8 pm 83
10 pm 79
Sunrise: 6:24 am
Sunset: 8:27 pm