Pop up showers are developing west of the St. Johns River and will track back to the coast.
They are moving quickly with coverage peaking into 5-7 pm followed by a drop off to just widely scattered showers tonight up until a front passes by around midnight.
That front will dry us out and drop morning temps into the 60s Thursday morning except near the coast. Look for dry conditions ahead with the next rainy system Thursday or Friday next week.
Tomorrow the humidity drop will help it feel like fall for the first full day of Autumn. Thursday starts with clouds before turning sunny and mild with highs in the lower 80s.
Much colder temps move in overnight with Friday morning readings in the 50s. Breezy weather can be expected in the next couple days.