REMNANTS OF CHANTAL WELL EAST OF JACKSONVILLE

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WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER 2-DAY RAIN FORECAST
http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov/qpf/day1-2.shtml
Most of northeast Florida and southeast Georgia rains are from scattered afternoon-early evening thunderstorms. The Gulf low has only a 10% chance of developing into a tropical cyclone before Monday. A trough connected with the low will cause greatest rain totals to be from the Suwannee Valley into the Big Bend area. Most of northeast Florida and southeast Georgia will average less than an inch of rain, although a few inland afternoon thunderstorms may cause isolated amounts of 1 to 2 inches.

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring the remnants of CHANTAL. It has no circulation and at 2 PM Saturday the disorganized system was moving northward in the Atlantic Ocean centered about 280 miles east of Cumberland Island. It has a only a 10% chance of redeveloping into a tropical storm before merging with a frontal system to the north.

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