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Scattered storms continue


Showers continue along a frontal boundary stalled near the FL/GA line.  A drier day is expected across southeast Georgia with rain chances limited to 30 - 40 percent.  Higher rain chances continue across northeast Florida, 70-80 percent.

Storm motion will be around 10-15 mph to the southeast.  With more heating today expect storms that develop in the mid to late afternoon hours to be strong with isolated severe possible. Small hail possible with these storms.

Heavy rainfall along and south of the frontal boundary in areas that have received several inches of rain the past few days will be more susceptible to ponding and street flooding today.

The onshore flow returns this afternoon as high pressure builds.  Showers and storms will wind down around midnight, and a few coastal showers are possible near daybreak tomorrow with the east-northeast surge.

Wednesday:  Patchy fog and showers possible early with wake up temperatures in the 70s.  Afternoon showers with areas of rain and thunderstorms will develop during the afternoon, evening, 70-80 percent.  Locally heavy rain at times could lead to flooding.  Afternoon highs in the 80s.  Wind W/SE 5-10 mph.

Thursday:  Cloudy skies with showers possible early along with patchy fog.  Morning lows in the 70s area wide.  Afternoon highs in the 80s area wide.  Rain chances will develop north and south of the FL/GA line, 50-70 percent.  Wind ENE 5-10mph.

Looking ahead:  Thunderstorms will continue through the week.

Pollen: 0.5 Grass

12 pm 83

3 pm 87

4 pm 88

8 pm 79

10 pm 77

11 pm 76

Sunrise:  6:26 am

Sunset:  8:32 pm

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