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Local storms and tropics

Street flooding should be less of an issue Tuesday and Wednesday. The Gulf will be our tropical focus by then

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — THE REST OF THIS WEEK:  Less in the way of Thunderstorms Tuesday and Wednesday.

TROPICS: We are keeping an eye on the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic. The system in the Gulf could impact  Louisiana and Mississippi by Father's Day weekend. This cyclone may drag tropical rains our way later Sunday and Monday. Troical storm Bill is off of NC is heading out to sea.  Continue to stay tuned to updates! Now is the time to be prepared. The Atlantic hurricane season runs through November 30.

RIP CURRENTS: It's always a good idea to talk to the lifeguards and only go out where they can see you. The risk of rip currents always exists, especially around jetties and piers. Have fun, yet play it safe.

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