TUESDAY NOT SO SOGGY, BUT STORMS ON THE WAY

Heaviest rains will be south of I-4 today. A storm threat will exist tonight from the showers in the Gulf ahead of a strong cold front.

The tropical downpours downstate did not move northward as were forecast Monday night. Upper level stearing winds are shifting them across the southern peninsula and into the Atlantic east of Jacksonville.

A few brief downpours have been popping up over north Florida and south Georgia ever since since 6AM this morning, but atmospheric dynamics indicate a few bands of severe thunderstorms may develop this evening and tonight, growing from the rains in the Gulf of Mexico south of the Florida panhandle this afternoon.

The threat for thunderstorms should end early Wednesday as the cold front sweeps all the way to the Atlanitc coast. Skies will gradually clear during the day as a sharp change from summer temps gives way to crisp autumn air.

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