• First Alert Weather: A Few Showers & Tracking the Tropics

    By: Corey Simma

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    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Sunday brings about a warm and cloudy evening as the threat for rain moves inland and west of I-75.

    Coastal showers move back in overnight and early Monday, so some roads will be wet for the morning commute, especially if you live east of I-95. Showers shift to I-95 by midday and inland by afternoon/evening. Forecasts indicate a line of storms developing inland Monday evening and tracking toward I-95. Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh will be tracking those Monday night.

    MORE: Buresh Blog, Talking the Tropics with Mike, Download the free First Alert Weather app

    TROPICS: Invest 98-L is moving away from Florida, but it will keep a northeast wind over the local area through Monday. This disturbance is expected to turn into at least a tropical depression within a couple of days.

    Related: Tropical Depression 5 forms in the Atlantic, expected to become a hurricane next week

    Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Dorian strengthens over the Western Atlantic as it approaches the Caribbean. Dorian is expected to become a hurricane in the northeastern Caribbean Sea and then weaken as it moves over the Greater Antilles. We're keeping an eye on these tropical developments.

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