100 plus degrees for feels like temperatures remain for Southeast Georgia and Northeast Florida into Sunday afternoon.
Isolated storms will help cool down the atmosphere but not before releasing heavy downpours, strong gusts and lightning.
By late Sunday evening, temperatures will remain in the low 80s, upper 70s with a light wind from the west and rain into the late evening.
Bradford and Clay counties remain under a Flood Advisory through midnight.
Rain will dissipate in the early morning hours of Monday.
Rain shifts to light moderate overnight with temperatures in the mid 70s with a light wind and mostly cloudy skies.
Monday, rain chances return in the afternoon as temperatures peak into the low 90s with heat index temperatures in the triple digits.