Rain off and on through Christmas Eve

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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.---The warm front is lifting north through the area and it could bring a few spot showers through the early afternoon. Late afternoon and evening we should see a break. High today 68 to 70

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The times to really be careful are Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons or the evenings when strong T-storms could roll in.

This is when the heaviest rain could fall and we can't rule out an isolated tornado in this event. The strong storms are a definite bet.

Tuesday and Wednesday temps may actually go into the 70s with the breaks in the rain. That may add intensity to the strong afternoon storms. We could see 2-3 inches from this event.

Christmas Day will be a bit cooler with highs near 60 and sunny skies.

New Years Week: Another big storm system wraps up and moves our way with heavy rain followed by a cold start to 2015.

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