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Tropics | No concerns for The First Coast for at least a week

Soon to be Julia in the Caribbean, will head into Central America and Mexico

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Tropical Depression 13 soon-to-be Julia looks like it will continue on its path toward Central America with no threats for us here across the First Coast at this time. The system heading west towards Central America could intensify in a big way over the weekend.  

Credit: wtlv
Credit: WTLV
Credit: WTLV

The same high pressure bringing calm weather to the First Coast will keep this tropical area south of Cuba with no threats of re-curving north.

Credit: WTLV

Record rainfall that hit Central Florida from Hurricane Ian, will continue to push through the St. Johns, and impact in the most significant way Southern Putnam .

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Don't forget Hurricane season is still in place through the end of November. 

Credit: WTLV

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