Severe weather ends

Brr...eezy, Cool weekend ahead


Severe weather has left the area this afternoon. The final line of severe storms cleared south of St. Augustine and Flagler county. The steady rain has finished up and only widely scattered showers remain into the evening hours as a cold front sweeps past.

The cold front will push off the east coast by early evening which would typically bring an end to the rain. But in this situation, another chunk of energy will pass over us overnight keeping light spotty showers in the forecast into Friday morning. It stays breezy and cool Friday especially since the day will be mostly cloudy. Winds could gust to 30 mph from the west.

Friday: Cloudy to partly cloudy with showers possible through the day. Cloudy skies will start the day with showers possible, 20-30 percent. Wake up temperatures will be a little cooler, in the 50s to low 60s. Afternoon highs in the 60s to 70s. Partly cloudy skies with showers ending late.

Finally, we clear out Friday night with dry and cooler Autumn conditions through the weekend.

Sunrise: 7:38 am

Sunset: 6:42 pm

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