FRED’S DEBRIS SWALLOWED BY TROPICAL WAVE

On the dry side of the trough today, the wet side on Wednesday.

On the dry side of the trough today, the wet side on Wednesday.

What’s left of the circulation of Fred was about 150 east of Fernandina late Wednesday afternoon. Being on the dry side of the tropical wave today, we had lots of sun and very little rain.
On Wednesday, we will be under the trough south of the low pressure. It will be a typical summer-shower type of day with scattered showers in the morning in our coastal counties, and scattered midday/afternoon showers inland between I-95 and I-75.
The heaviest and most widespread rains will be from the Brunswick area into the Carolinas.

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