JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Potential Tropical Cyclone Sixteen has formed in the Gulf, but as of right now there's not much to worry about.
As it stands, the development a sloppy Gulf low pressure that will likely just bring us heavy rain on Saturday and a few isolated severe storms.
As of now, some rain will arrive by Friday night and continue on Saturday with 1-2" of rain with locally higher amounts farther west from Waycross to Lake City. This is not your typical tropical system we normally see in August or September and will be a breezy rain-maker. Sunday looks to be a drier and warmer day.
We will continue to fine-tune impacts and timing as more information comes together. More on our local, weekend forecast here.
The Atlantic hurricane season ends November 30.