JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Onshore winds pick up on Sunday as Invest 98-L gets its act together and moves away from Florida. That will rough up the seas/surf along the coast and keep the beaches a bit breezy. Coastal showers will tapper off by noon, leaving mainly dry conditions east of I-95. For inland locations showers pick up after 3pm mainly over I-10 and I-75 with most of the activity dissipating by 10pm.
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Showers and storms on Sunday start in the morning along the coast, move over I-95 midday and track inland by evening. Heavy rain and lightning are the main concerns tomorrow. It will be hot and humid when it's not raining, with temperatures slightly below average.
TROPICS: Invest 98-L off the coast of Palm Beach starts its move away from Fla. tomorrow, but is still expected to develop into at least a tropical depression by early next week. There will be no direct local impacts from Invest 98-L.
In the Atlantic, Tropical Storm Dorian will track into the Caribbean Sea early next week. Dorian is expected to become a hurricane as it tracks toward the Lesser Antilles. A low pressure area over south Texas and Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico meanders around the coast for the next few days and is NOT expected to move toward Florida.
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