A damp start leads to another afternoon of scattered showers, storms

Partly cloudy then puddles


Update:  11:00 a.m.:  Showers with embedded thunderstorms are developing near and over the Okefenokee Swamp.  These are drifting slowly north, between 441 to the west and US 1 to the east.

Today:  Partly cloudy with scattered showers with isolated storms, some locally heavy, 40-60 percent for NE FL, 30-60 percent for SE GA.  Scattered showers, storms will develop mainly after 2 p.m. with heaviest rainfall totals likely inland.  Highs in the low 90s inland, upper 80s along our beaches.  Feels like temperatures 99-105 degrees.  Wind W/SE 10-15 mph.

Thursday:  Partly cloudy and hot with isolated thunderstorms, 20-40 percent for NE FL and SE GA.  Patchy fog with morning lows in the 70s.  Partly cloudy skies with scattered showers and isolated storms, developing after 2 p.m.  Afternoon highs in the low 90s inland, upper 80s along our sandy shores.  Wind S/SE 5-15 mph.

Looking ahead:  Near seasonal temperatures and rain chances Thursday and Friday.

Rip Currents risk: Moderate for NE FL, SE GA

12pm 88

3pm 92

5pm 90

8pm 83

10pm 81

11pm 80

Sunrise: 6:46 am

Sunset:  8:20 pm

About the Author:

Richard Nunn is the Weather Authority Chief Meteorologist