CHANGING FROM WARM AND WET TO WINDY AND COLD

Two to 4 inch rainfall Tuesday to be followed by chilling winds Wednesday and Thursday

The chances of a tropical cyclone are diminishing as low pressures in the Gulf of Mexico are being stretched apart by upper level wind shear. These same upper level winds will transport abundant moisture and heavy rains across much of Florida, parts of Georgia, and the Carolina coast Tuesday and Tuesday night. By the time rain tapers off early Wednesday, rainfall amounts should total between 2 and 4 inches.

The sharp dip in the polar jet stream will sweep the Gulf low and associated rain northward up the eastern seaboard. Some of the coldest temperatures of the season will replace it, but not low enough for freezing temperatures this far south.

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