SHOWERS DEPART AFTER TODAY

A much weakened tornado-spawning low will turn back towards Carolinas today.

Rainfall from the northeaster and non-tropical low varied from only one to 2 inches to as much as 6 to 8 inches over northeast Florida. The greater amounts were to the south of Jacksonville with 8 inches at Palm Coast and 6 inches at Ocala. Three to 5 inches fell at St. Augustine, Palatka, Green Cove Springs, Middleburg, and Starke. Also, Nassau county to the north of us received up to 5 inches of rain. Jacksonville and Duval county received only one to 3 inches.

Threats of heavy downpours today have greatly diminshed. Warm moist air from the Gulf of Mexico may set off a few afternoon-evening showers today, but the arrival drier air will provide us with sunny mild days and cooler nights.

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