JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Due to the severe weather Ware County Schools and the Central Office will be closed tomorrow for all students and staff.
Cumber Island National Seashore is canceling all ferry services Friday as well.
As we get more closings and cancellations we will let you know.
Action News Jax First Alert Chief meteorologist Mike Buresh is in the First Alert Weather Center with where the storms are at 10 on FOX30:
The First Alert Weather team is tracking severe weather for Friday as a cold front moves into our area.
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There is a heightened risk of severe storms as a line of heavy rain and storms moves through from midday Friday into the afternoon.
The main threats are damaging winds and isolated tornadoes.
#firstalertwx good idea to be "weather aware" tomorrow - "get away" Fri. - stormy midday & afternoon for #JacksonvilleFL including travel north/south &/or west @WOKVNews .... download the First Alert Weather app: https://t.co/3Y8Ibj9U8x pic.twitter.com/u1JnFcAeKw— Mike Buresh (@MikeFirstAlert) April 18, 2019
We have a heightened risk of severe storms tomorrow as a line of heavy rain and storms moves through from midday into the afternoon. Damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes are the main threats. #firstalertwx pic.twitter.com/7UtZDX5rHc— Arielle Nixon (@NixonFirstAlert) April 18, 2019
Rain will move off the coast by the evening and skies will clear overnight.
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