First Alert Weather Alert: Flood Warning expires at 10:04 PM on 4/24, issued at 10:04 PM Blackshear, GA | Bristol, GA | Mershon, GA | Millwood, GA

Read Meteorologist Julie Watkins' First Alert Forecast

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Updated: 5:31 am

First Alert Weather Day for today! Flood Watches are in effect from noon until late tonight for all of NE Florida and SE Georgia. The rain will remain on and off through the morning hours and then progressively get heavier and steadier during the afternoon and evening. There will also be a few thunderstorms especially between 2pm and 8pm. Rainfall totals are expected to be between 2-4 inches with some spots seeing 5 to 6 inches.

Tune in to CBS47 & FOX30 as Meteorologist Julie Watkins tracks rain hour by hour in your First Alert Forecast.

FRIDAY:  Rain developing and spreading NE, PM heavy rain with embedded t-storms. High: 73. Wind: SE/S 10-15 mph.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Scattered Showers, breezy. Low: 65. Wind: S/SW 10-15 mph.

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Booger7444 - 4/11/2014 8:04 AM
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NOOO!!!!! Tom we love you here at Naval Station Mayport we watch you every morning and are very upset your leaving us. Thanks for all your hard work and accuracy. Hope you enjoy your new place of residency. P.S. Nice tuxedo

Mike Buresh - 2/17/2014 6:06 PM
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If you're using a zip code online, that's an automated forecast not generated by the First Alert forecast. That's the reason that the forecast would be differnt from what you saw on air. Thanks...

J in Raiford - 2/15/2014 10:45 PM
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Why is there a difference between your online forecast for Raiford, Lake City and Starke area and the forecast you just did on Channel 30. On line it says Raiford will have a low of 39 and Lake City a low of 36. Yet you just said on TV that Lake City would have a low of 31 which would put Raiford at around 32. That's a big difference in degrees there. Which forecast is correct? Thank you Julia in Raiford.
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