Tracking Light Rain and the Tropics

Looking forward to some sun this weekend

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Light rain mainly across NE FL tonight, creeping into SE GA late tonight.  Cloudy skies with showers tonight and early Friday.  Showers will end around noon tomorrow followed by cloudy skies.  Cloudy skies will start our Saturday with partly cloudy skies developing through the afternoon.

Now:  Light rain.

Tonight: Cloudy, with light rain.

Friday:  Cloudy, breezy with showers through around noon, 30 percent.  Scattered showers under cloudy skies early then mostly cloudy skies and mild through the afternoon.  Morning lows in the 60s.  Afternoon highs in the 70s.  Wind NE 10-15 mph.  Cloudy skies overnight with patchy fog.

Hazards:  Coastal hazards:  Gale Warning, Tidal Flooding, Rough surf, Rip currents and erosion of our sandy shores.

Tropics:  Potential Tropical Cyclone has formed in the Caribbean and will head toward Jamaica as a Tropical Storm.

Looking ahead:  Mostly cloudy early Saturday then becoming partly cloudy.  Mostly sunny Sunday.

It’s day 16 of No-Shave November.  Who knew that whiskers would be a conversation starter?  Thank you for your stories and positive thoughts!

Sunrise:  6:53 am

Sunset:  5:30 pm

About the Author:

Richard Nunn is the Weather Authority Chief Meteorologist