Showers fade, fog develops, wind and waves Thursday

High Risk of Rip Currents through Saturday

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A few lucky neighborhoods got their lawns watered while the rest of us had a dry evening under partly cloudy skies.  Leftover showers will fade around 9-10 p.m.

Now: Partly cloudy and mild.  Patchy fog will develop overnight and last through Thursday morning.

Evening:  A couple of showers possible through around 10 p.m.  Late tonight, patchy to areas of dense fog.

Thursday:  Patchy to dense fog early then partly cloudy skies.  Becoming cloudy as scattered showers with thunderstorms develop along the northeasterly breeze, mainly after 2 p.m., north and south of the FL/GA line near I-95 then moving inland through the evening, 30-50 percent.  Morning lows in the 70s.  Afternoon highs in the upper 80s to low 90s.  Wind NE 10-15 mph.  Hurricane Lee waves build through the day.  High Risk of Rip Currents through Saturday.

Looking ahead:  The onshore flow returns.  Stronger wind Friday.  Rain chances continue through the week with a reduction in coverage this weekend

Sunrise:  7:10 am

Sunset:  7:35 pm

About the Author:

Richard Nunn is the Weather Authority Chief Meteorologist