(Jacksonville, FL) The pesky low which we have been tracking all week is directly east of Jacksonville. Tropical development is out of the question due to winds in the upper levels of the atmosphere, know as shear. The winds are strong, blowing out some 40 knots.
That being said the low will transverse the state throughout the day tomorrow increasing the chance of rain. Coastal areas can expected isolated wind gusts up to 30 mph, as well as, higher seas.