Perfect weather Saturday, followed by potential thunderstorms Sunday

Storms loom Sunday into Monday

Potential track of severe storms Sunday afternoon (WJXT TV 4)

Saturday evening temperatures drop to the low 50s by midnight with light winds and partly cloudy skies.

Overnight your clocks will spring forward by one hour, for Daylight Saving Time, meaning you will lose an hour of sleep.

Sunday morning begins in the low 50s, with a few clouds and light winds.

Sunday afternoon, temperatures warm up to the low 80s, winds intensify in to the teens with possible gusts in the 20 MPH range and skies turn cloudy

Thunderstorms beginning in the early afternoon. Strong winds, hail and isolated tornadoes are possible.

UPDATE (Saturday 9 pm EST): Storms will arrive in Southeast Georgia, early Sunday afternoon; with the storm expanding hour by hour from Southeast Georgia to Northeast Florida into Sunday evening. Anticipate rain to continue through Monday afternoon. The greatest potential for thunderstorms is currently projected beginning Sunday between 2 pm through Monday morning. However, this could change depending on the track of the storm.

Please remember that even if its not raining where you are, lighting can still strike approximately 10 miles away from the storm and thunder can be heard even farther away.

Again, potentially dangerous storms and variations of rain will continue through Sunday afternoon into Monday morning.

Small craft advisory remains in effect through Monday.

Rip Current Risk remains high for Sunday.

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