Tomorrow brings Day 2 of the 2020 Equinox Nor’easter.
Damp and windy conditions tonight. Most of the showers will stay light with drizzle and mist at times. The exception will be over Flagler and southern St. Johns where rain should remain prevalent.
Minor river and beach flooding is possible with the high tide tonight around 11 pm at the beach and after midnight on the river.
Those northeast winds stay strong with gusts to 40 mph and waves crashing near 10 at the beach.
Look for fewer showers with a 40% chance through the day primarily near coastal areas and especially around St. Johns, Flagler and Putnam counties.
Sunday brings the highest winds gusts before letting up just a touch to around 20-25 mph.
Monday and Tuesday get a break in the rain with only isolated showers- much drier arrives Wednesday.
Cooler nights ahead with the start of Fall Tuesday as lows dip in the 60s and highs in the upper 70s.