JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Partly to mostly cloudy this evening with some isolated showers mainly south of I-10. Overnight temperatures mild in the mid 60s as Thursday shapes up a lot like Wednesday.
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On-shore winds stay brisk, especially along the coast. We can't rule out some isolated showers, but the rain appears limited to the coast and south of I-10 on Thursday.
The end of the week will be mainly dry and warm. We are back to the mid to upper 80s by the weekend. Sunday looks HOT near 90 degrees as the Jags come back home to TIAA Bank Field!
Onshore winds behind a cold front will help produce some more showers today. The highest amounts will be along and south of St. Augustine to Palatka. A few showers for Jacksonville. #FirstAlertWX @actionnewsjax @wokvnews pic.twitter.com/n0bkkksqJ8— Garrett Bedenbaugh (@wxgarrett) October 9, 2019
Good morning! I'm tracking a few showers today. Plus -- an update on the tropics. Get the First Alert Forecast all morning on FOX30 and CBS47 @actionnewsjax! @wokvnews #FirstAlertWX pic.twitter.com/0LDaU9JPKv— Garrett Bedenbaugh (@wxgarrett) October 9, 2019
We are tracking two areas of low pressure in the Western Atlantic. Both lows are "non-tropical" right now.
There is some opportunity for these two 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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