Just a little cooler today and a small rain chance.


JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Dry air is moving in now that the front is moving toward I-4. Very limited shower potential with highs near 93. Rain chance 10%.

Wednesday and Thursday are on the dry side before we increase rain chances Friday. There will be more rain to deal with the rest of the weekend, 40 to 50%.

In the tropics, a I-93 looks more likely to become our second named storm of the season which would be Bertha and it will be located near Puerto Rico by the weekend. We will keep an eye on it with most models holding it together through next week. The models keep the system east of the U.S.

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