Storm moves offshore and more storms likely early Sunday morning

Heavy rains, high winds, hail and tornadoes are possible late into the night in northeastern Florida.

Tornado warnings will continue to be in place until 10:00 p.m. in central Florida counties.

Boaters – A tornado advisory is in effect from St. Augustine to Flagler Beach until 10 PM.

From Savannah, Georgia to Palm Bay, Florida Maritime alerts remain in effect.

Caution: The storm warning for Savannah, GA to Flagler Beach 20-60 nautical miles has cleared at 5:00 PM, but wind effects remain offshore.

Saturday night temperatures will drop to near the mid-60s by midnight, with winds in the 10s and light rain.

Sunday morning temperatures start in the mid-60s with partly cloudy skies and winds of 10 degrees in northeast Florida and 20 degrees in southeast Georgia. The rain continues from early morning until around 8am.

Sunday afternoon temperatures peaked in the high to mid-80s, with partly cloudy skies and 10-degree winds in northeast Florida and 20-degree winds in southeast Georgia.

Lonely storm likely early Sunday morning (WJXT TV 4)

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