A thunderstorm may bring rain this weekend, but thanks to the four-leaf clover, it’s holding off for the final Friday. Sunny, warm and breezy early, cloudy later tonight. Sporadic showers with storms around midnight on SE GA, spreading south before sunrise. Rain is expected in the late morning and afternoon, so this won’t completely wash you out. Great weekend for the Weather Authority app.
Friday: St. Patrick’s Day! Mostly cloudy SE GA in 40s to 50s, NE FL in 50s to low 60s, starting a warm day. Partly cloudy, above seasonal temperatures in the late 70’s to early 80’s. Cloudy skies late with showers early Saturday. Wind: SW 15-20 mph, strong gusts.
Saturday: Stormy rain before sunrise, no storm until afternoon, rain Saturday night, 90% chance of rain Sunday morning. Wake-up temperatures in the late 40s to late 50s for SE GA and late 50s to late 60s for NE FL. Afternoon highs are 50s to 60s on SE GA and 60s to 70s on NE FL. Wind: SW/NW 10-15 mph.
Pollen count: 10.5 – juniper, oak, bayberry, grass…
Outlook: Sporadic showers with storms will be widespread through Saturday. Showers, rain early Sunday, cloudy for the rest of the day. Monday will have cooler than seasonal temperatures with showers and a thunderstorm on Tuesday.
10 am 65
3:00 p.m. 82
10:00 p.m. 69
11:00 p.m. 68
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https://www.news4jax.com/weather/2023/03/17/warm-and-dry-friday-rain-returns-this-weekend/ Warm and dry Friday, rain this weekend