Saturday evening brings low rain chances, systems remain in tropics

Tropical threats remain offshore

Tracking the Tropics: Current tracks for Margot and Lee (WJXT TV 4)

Local Forecast

Saturday evening temperatures will remain in the mid-70s, with mostly clear skies and light winds coming from the south, and southeast.

Light rain remains possible along the coast for the early evening.

Sunday temperatures will begin in the low 70s with light wind from the south and mostly clear skies. It will feel humid as well. Light rain is possible in the morning through the afternoon.

Sunday temperatures will peak into the upper 80s and low 90s, with winds from the southeast, and partly cloudy skies. Rain chances remain into the evening.

Monday morning temperatures begin in the mid-70s, with a light wind from the south and southwest and partly to mostly cloudy skies with rain chances in the afternoon.

Tracking the Tropics

As of the 11 PM Advisory Hurricane Lee has downgraded to a category 2 hurricane but is expected to re-intensity within the next 24 to 48 hours before shifting west and northwest.

It is expected to begin turning north, and northwest by Wednesday. It is too soon to determine any impact beyond the next 24 to 48 hours. We will continue monitoring the system.

Hurricane Lee expected to turn before impacting east coast (WJXT TV 4)
Tracking the Tropics: Current tracks for Margot and Lee (WJXT TV 4)

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