Second round of rain tracks east across NE FL tonight, Danielle has a look at how long they'll last
We saw a brief glimpse of sun this afternoon with some sprinkles across NE FL. Showers with a few imbedded thunderstorms developed west of I-75 and tracked east east along the FL/GA border this afternoon along the front.
These storms are forecast to sink south through dinner before we dry out slightly overnight. Lows will drop into the low 60s with light winds.
Over the last 24 hours some locations in our southern counties including Putnam and Flagler have seen 3″-4″ of rainfall. These highly saturated grounds pose a risk for localized flooding over the next 72 hours.
Once the front sinks south it will stall near our southern counties including St. Johns, Flagler and Putnam through Tuesday. New rainfall totals could climb another 2-3 inches at this point. Localized flooding is definitely a concern.
Those across SE GA will be on the drier side as the front sinks south with only isolated rain chances through Tuesday and a glimpse of sun here and there.
This pattern will allow for periods of heavy rainfall Sunday night through Tuesday mainly south of I-10. Those southern counties can expect another 1-2 inches of rainfall Monday through Tuesday.
Starting Wednesday we’ll dry out through the end of the 7-day stretch.