JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- It's a #FCNStorm day ahead of the most powerful front since last Spring. Increasing showers and thunderstorms today. The highest risk of severe thunderstorms hit between 4-8 p.m. The main threat will be damaging wind gusts of 60 mph.
Tuesday we dry out and turn sunny and less humid with highs near 80. The big cool down and true autumn weather arrives Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. You will need your fall jackets with inland areas dropping to the 40s to the 50s at the beach. Highs by Wednesday only near 70 with mostly sunny skies.
Florida-Georgia weekend arrives with moderating temperatures near 80. An increasing chance of rain ahead of our next front but still looks like the best chance will be on Sunday. The tropics also turn more active in the Caribbean with areas of South Florida and the Bahamas possibly impacted by tropical moisture by late weekend into next week.
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