The heat is replaced with clouds and a decent chance of rain today. A weak cold front will move from Georgia into Florida and enhance the rain potential in the afternoon. It will focus a 70% chance of afternoon and early evening rain across NE Florida with some isolated thunderstorms. Rain could stick around leading to pockets of localized flooding. Highs top out in the mid 80s with winds from the west switching to the NE this afternoon.
The evening begins drying out with only isolated showers expected overnight. Temps will drop into the 70s around Jax but it will feel cooler in upper 60s in southern Georgia.
Spotty showers Sunday morning are possible but drier air behind the front will try and work into Duval tomorrow bringing more sunshine. Rain chances drop off to 20% tomorrow with a NE wind at 10 mph. Showers in the afternoon will be more prevalent across southern counties between Gainesville to St. Augustine.
Drier conditions last through Monday before moisture increases later next week with rounds of daily storms and highs warming back into the 90s.