An area of disturbed weather has been slowly developing off of the Southeast U.S. Coast, in association with a decaying surface frontal boundary. Middle and upper-level winds are not currently favorable for rapid development of the system, however that could change in the next few days.
This system is already producing shower and thunderstorm activity across portions of eastern Georgia and northeast Florida and will continue to do so as it drifts slowly Southward during the next few days. Shower and thunderstorm activity will become more widespread across much of the remainder of Florida by Sunday and into Monday.
Computer forecast models generally keep the system off of the immediate East coast of Florida through at least Monday evening. Residents across this region should keep an eye on the weather just in case this system develops any further into early this coming week.
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