The last of our thunderstorms will head toward the area beaches through around 10 p.m. as they weaken and move offshore.
Now: Strong thunderstorms will continue along I-95, Duval county and the area beaches through late tonight before ending around midnight. Gusty wind and frequent lightning strikes will wind down as the rainfall moves over the open water.
Tonight: Cloudy skies will become partly cloudy as showers and storms move offshore.
Wednesday: Patchy to areas of dense fog with plenty of puddles. Partly cloudy skies will become cloudy as showers with storms develop along the sea breeze, mainly after 2 p.m., north and south of the FL/GA line lingering near I-95 through 10 to 11 p.m., 30-50 percent. Morning lows in the 70s. Afternoon highs in the 90s. Wind W becoming E 10-15 mph. Hurricane Lee waves build through the day. High Risk of Rip Currents
Looking ahead: WAVES! Wind turns onshore for a windy end to the week with Small Craft Advisories and a High Risk of Rip Currents
Sunrise: 7:10 am
Sunset: 7:36 pm