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Wind + an increase in rain

Increasing clouds and wind at Jacksonville Beach as we head into May (Rob Rivero)
Increasing clouds and wind at Jacksonville Beach as we head into May (Rob Rivero)
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Updated: 11/19/2013 5:55 pm
JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- A "local" Nor'easter is under way and will continue through Wednesday night.  Gusty northeast winds this evening will make for a cool feel to the air so grab a sweater or a jacket.  A few showers could make it to the coast by late tonight.
Rain will increase Wednesday as an upper level disturbance combines with the onshore flow to develop bands of showers that will move west off the Atlantic occasionally producing heavier rain.  The most widespread rain will occur from near I-95 to the coast.
East/northeast winds will blow 15-25 mph with higher gusts, especially at the beaches.  Temperatures will only top out in the 60s.
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