JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- Yet another round of heavy rain and storms for metro Jacksonville, Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia this afternoon. The strongest storms will produce hail, strong winds, hundreds of lightning strikes every 10 minutes and rainfall rates of 1-2" per hour. Storm interaction with the sea breeze could make storms especially intense and an isolated tornado or waterspout is not out of the question. Localized flooding will be possible and expect a slow afternoon commute as storms move to the northeast at 20-25 mph. Storms will weaken and move off to the north and east of the local area between 5 and 7pm leaving lingering showers behind. The stormy weather will continue Tuesday with more heavy rain and potentially severe storms. Click here
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