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Local Weather: Rinse and repeat forecast with fall breezes and coastal showers

The autumn-like pattern rings on this week, but it looks as if temperatures cool off even more as we head into the weekend. Standby!
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Flooding is still possible at times of high tides in the green-shaded areas


Coastal Flood Alerts:

  • A Coastal Flood Warning is in effect for the beaches until 5 p.m. Tuesday for possible moderate flooding at times of high tide
  • A Coastal Flood Advisory is in effect for the St. Johns River Basin and inland Nassau, Glynn, and Camden counties until 5 p.m. Tuesday
  • A Small Craft Advisory is in effect until 4 p.m. Wednesday for seas 5-7 feet
  • There is a high rip current risk through at least Thursday

MONDAY EVENING: Have you noticed a haze in the sky this evening? Wildfire smoke from Canada has made it to the First Coast! It will stay hazy through this evening.

TUESDAY: Cool, northeast winds will still dominate and bring in some fresh, breezy air. Temperatures will start in the lower and middle 60s and warm into the lower 80s with passing cloud cover. Expect another surge of showers at the coast from time to time. The rain won't amount to much and won't last long either.

WEDNESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY: A "rinse and repeat" weather pattern continues, but the onshore flow could usher in a few more coastal showers. Overall, most of us will stay dry. Friday looks to be the warmest day in the mid to upper 80s ahead of our next autumn front!

WEEKEND: Drier air will move in behind a stronger cold front. Only a few coastal showers are possible. Besides that, it should feel very comfortable with lower humidity and temperatures not even getting out of the 70s by Sunday afternoon.

Credit: WTLV
Credit: WTLV
Flooding is still possible at times of high tides in the green-shaded areas
Credit: WTLV
Credit: WTLV
Credit: WTLV

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TROPICS: Philippe is still churning over the Atlantic Ocean. Thankfully there are no current threats to the First Coast. Keep an eye on our tropical updates here.

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