First Alert Weather: Tracking morning showers, two systems in the tropics

First Alert Forecast: July 23, 2020 - Morning

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The First Alert Weather team is tracking a partly cloudy and warm Thursday morning with the low 80s at the beaches and mid to upper 70s elsewhere. A few isolated coastal showers this morning will move inland through the morning and into the afternoon. A few wet roadways are likely in spots for the AM commute. These showers/storms will be west of Jacksonville by early afternoon and for the evening commute.

A few storms are likely tomorrow as well. Highs through Friday will remain in the lower 90s. This weekend will start off mainly dry with a possible coastal morning shower. Afternoon thunderstorms will advance inland with the sea breezes. Highs will be in the lower 90s inland and mid to upper 80s at the coast.

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TROPICS: The First Alert Weather Team is tracking tropical depression Eight in the Gulf of Mexico. This system is expected to become tropical storm Hanna by Friday as it approaches the Central and South Texas coastline. We are also tracking tropical storm Gonzalo in the Central Atlantic. Gonzalo is forecast to become a hurricane by tonight or tomorrow. This storm will approach the Southern Lesser Antilles by Saturday morning. Gonzalo is forecast to weaken some as it moves in the Central Caribbean Sea.

Tracking the Tropics: July 23, 2020