JACKSONVILLE, Fl. - Northeast Florida is drying out after heavy rains across Jacksonville Thursday.
Tomorrow's forecast is expected to be sunny and dry.
The heaviest storms hit during the mid to late afternoon, according to the National Weather Service in Jacksonville.
If they have enough heat, “some of the storms can become particularly strong with high winds and perhaps even some hail,” Action News Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh said.
Scattered showers will dot the Jacksonville area during the morning, then increase as the day continues.
“Rainfall should average one to two inches, but there will be local amounts of two to three inches,” said Buresh. “Everybody gets at least some rain.”
The storms will clear during the late evening bringing a strong cold front to cool down the night, according to the National Weather Service.
“That strong cold front will plow through the area and boy what a change,” said Buresh.
Temperatures for Thursday night are expected to dip into the 50’s with Friday being quick to dry out, according to Buresh.