Some rain for Wed. along with a few storms. While a few strong storms will be possible -- & maybe an isolated severe storm -- it doesn't appear to a set-up for widespread severe storms. Most of the rain & embedded storms will be right along or even behind the front which limits the severe potential. If isolated storms can fire out ahead of the front & main rain band, then the severe threat would be higher. The system will be moving right along so despite periods of heavy rain, amounts just don't look to be all that great for most areas with an average of a quarter to a half inch or so. Greater amounts will occur from Homerville to Waycross to Jesup in Ga. where there will be overnight/early
morning rain & storms tied to the warm front.
While it'll be cooler late week -- Thu. & Fri., the coldest air arrives over the weekend with strong winds making it feel even colder. Highs around 60 Sat. & only in the 50s Sun. with lows in the low to mid 30s early Sun. & upper 20s to low 30s inland Mon. This will be just a transient shot of cold as temps. will quickly moderate Mon. & turn warm Tue. ahead of the next fast-moving storm system.
So for the "26.2 With Donna" Sun., expect it to be windy & cold. Scattered clouds early will quickly clear & winds will ramp up out of the north at 15-20 mph. Temps. in the 30s but wind chills will be in the 20s. By noon -- despite sunny skies -- temps. will only be in the low to mid 50s.
Valentine's Day will be cool under partly to mostly cloudy skies. There could be some lingering light raiin early in the day, especially across NE Fl. Early morning temps. in the 40s will only make it to near 60 in the afternoon then dropping through the 50s into the 40s during the evening.