Jacksonville, FL - We're still damp this morning, with some mist and fog early. Gradually the rain is expected to end and CBS 47/Fox 30 Action News Jax Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh says skies will clear.
Thursday saw a tremendous amount of rain.
“Unofficial reports of as much as 6’’ in the St. Augustine area, pretty widespread rainfall of 2-5’’ for parts of Clay and St. Johns County and even into southeastern Duval County”, Buresh said.
Mike says we'll gradually see skies clear through the day and by tonight. That sets up a really nice, dry weekend with temps in the low 70's.
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Here's a look at rainfall totals over the last 48 hours at a few locations across the area. Still some showers adding to totals across St. Johns & Flagler counties this morning. How much rain did you get? #gawx #flwx pic.twitter.com/ibHNXYsnKj— NWS Jacksonville (@NWSJacksonville) November 24, 2017