• First Alert Weather: Isolated showers Wednesday, drier pattern

    By: Michael Buresh


    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - WATCH LIVE: First Alert Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh is tracking isolated showers hour by hour on FOX30 and CBS47

    Partly cloudy conditions this evening with a few showers here and there. Most neighborhoods miss out on the rain Tuesday evening with the beaches getting the best opportunity for showers. Tonight will be partly cloudy and mild with some areas of fog for the morning commute.

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    More scattered showers are forecast for Wednesday, mainly along the beaches and south of I-10. Thursday becomes partly sunny and mainly dry as the weather pattern becomes drier and not too hot.


    We are tracking two areas of low pressure in the eastern Atlantic. There is some opportunity for these lows to briefly become subtropical or tropical in nature over the next few days. However, we don’t expect any significant impacts.

    Another area of low pressure is over the Central Atlantic between Bermuda and the Azores. It has some opportunity to become subtropical or tropical … but again … we won’t see any impacts from this system.

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