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Becoming stormy

Rob Green...Jacksonville...Sunset near the Dames Point Bridge with cumulonimbus clouds (thunderstorms) on the horizon.  Rob says "the middle cloud looks like a gator & it's pointed north toward Atlanta -- maybe an omen for the upcoming football season?" (Rob Green)
Rob Green...Jacksonville...Sunset near the Dames Point Bridge with cumulonimbus clouds (thunderstorms) on the horizon.  Rob says "the middle cloud looks like a gator & it's pointed north toward Atlanta -- maybe an omen for the upcoming football season?" (Rob Green)
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Updated: 7/10/2013 6:46 pm
JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- The weather pattern is about to turn stormy for Jacksonville, Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.  The combination of a weak approaching front and tropical moisture from the remnants of "Chantal" will trigger numerous heavy showers and thunderstorms from the middle of the day Thursday into Thursday evening.  Storms will move east/northeast at 10-15 mph producing frequent lightning, gusty winds and heavy rain as storms initiate by noon west of Jacksonville then spread all the way to the coast through the afternoon.  This weather scenario will be repeated Friday and Saturday with the potential for some areas to pick up more than 3 inches of rain.  Temperatures will be very warm and muggy with highs in the mid 80s to near 90 degrees.  Click ** here ** to download the free First Alert Weather iPad App.  Radar imagery below courtesy the Jacksonville N.W.S.

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