JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Some brief storms developed over Duval County this afternoon and some of this rain will move northward into Nassau county. Otherwise rain is over for areas close to the coast. Inland storms will track westward of highway 301 into the evening with some storms fading out toward Gainesville and Stark by sunset.
Temps near 90 will break down into the 80s this evening with mostly clear skies.
Wednesday morning, some coastal showers or spotty thunderstorms are possible before rain shifts inland through the afternoon with a 40% chance of brief heavy showers. There will be higher rain chances west of the river and closer to the I-75 corridor. Highs reach the low 90 with a SE breeze 10-15 mph.
Thursday starts a drier pattern with only isolated storms possible each day through Saturday. Rain picks back up Sunday and Monday.