FLOOD WATCH-WEST

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- We have had showers and t-storms off and on for nearly 24 hours now and we still have almost 48 more hours to go. But because we have been so dry, the nearest flood watches are west of I-75......FOR NOW.

Overnight lows will be warm, 60-65 degrees. Despite the clouds, temps will warm into the 70s Tuesday and Wednesday.

Some t-storms on Wednesday will have gusts over 40 mph!

For the River City by the Sea on Tuesday winds will be out of the south at 10-22 with higher gusts and scattered thunderstorms.

River and surf temp is 60-65 degrees.

High tide at Mayport will be 9:30, Downtown 11:30 and at the Buckman 1:30.

Christmas Day will show us clearing with temps of 50-60.

On Friday morning, after a chilly start , we warm to near 70.

Track the storms: Interactive Radar

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