The showers and thunderstorms that developed across SE GA this evening will continue to track southeast into northeast Florida. These storms are producing downpours, lightning, small hail and gusty winds.
Thunderstorm activity will slowly taper off as we head to bed tonight with overnight lows dropping into the mid 70s.
Locations like Homerville, Kingsland and Brunswick already saw 1-3 inches of rainfall today. Those across northeast Florida who see rain won’t be far behind and localized flooding remains a concern.
On Monday we’ll kick start a wet weather weak. Rain chances will sit at a 60%-90% each day so go ahead and grab that umbrella and keep it handy. Temperatures will also cool down into the mid to upper 80s through midweek before rebounding back into the low 90s by the weekend.