TODAY: The stalled front across the First Coast is setting the stage for a soggy Saturday. Rain will fill in from the Gulf Coast & Big Bend through the morning. Some minor street flooding may be an issue for folks southwest of Duval County. Rain, with embedded thunderstorms should taper off and settle down after 2 or 3 this afternoon. Temperatures in the 80s with a balmy breeze.
TONIGHT: A few lingering showers into the evening, but nowhere near as soggy as the day. Expect a nice breeze as well, temperatures near 80 degrees as the sun sets. Lows by Sunday morning will be in the 70s as a few showers develop.
SUNDAY: A few showers and thunderstorms scattered for the first portions of our Sunday, again the hot spot will be out towards I-75 corridor. A drier afternoon is expected with more sun and highs near 90 degrees.
EXTENDED: The front slowly lifts into Monday and conditions gradually dry out into the week. More sun expect with highs near 90 degrees, all week long expect the typical afternoon downpours.
TROPICS:Along this front, however, the National Hurricane Center is monitoring an area low that could develop as it rides northeast up the coast of the Carolinas. Either way, no concerns locally for the next 5 days. In fact, the Gulf of Mexico will be our focus next week especially near Texas. Make sure to keep checking back and remember to always be prepared during hurricane season.