JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- Bands of intense showers and storms -- the last bands from "Beryl" -- will roll across metro Jacksonville, Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia through the afternoon into early this evening. One particularly intense band will move west to east at 20 mph through metro Jacksonville between 4:45 & 5:45pm and will produce a quick shot of very heavy rain and some lightning and possibly strong, damaging winds and even an isolated funnel cloud or brief tornado. A few more spiral bands will continue to move quickly west to east/northeast through this evening before the last of Beryl's bands move offshore later tonight as Beryl finally accelerates northeast off the coast of the Carolina's into the Western Atlantic tomorrow. Once gone, Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia will still be in a stormy pattern with high humidity and hot temperatures. Afternoon highs near 90 will help fuel afternoon thunderstorms -- some of which could be intense.