SOUTHEAST GEORGIA, NORTHEAST FLORIDA — Easter Sunday will be partly to mostly cloudy, breezy, humid and warm with high temperatures into the low 90s inland and mid 80s for Jax.
An isolated shower possible along the coast through midday. The sea breeze moves inland, popping off scattered storms mainly in Norheast Florida this evening. These will form near Hwy 301 and drift toward I-95, lasting through about 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Easter Sunday unfortunately brings a severe weather outbreak to portions of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. That storm system then approaches our Southeast Georgia counties early Monday morning.
The strongest storms in this system will be capable of gusty winds and isolated tornadoes. This line approaches Jacksonville midday Monday and then stalls out, keeping the threat for rain and storms around Tuesday. Stay weather-aware the next few days!
© 2020 Cox Media Group