Quote: The 18Z runs of the GFDL and GFS models are showing the eye just inland and tracking right up the St. John's river through Jacksonville. It will be interesting to see if the 11PM track guidance shifts a little more to the West. Anymore westward track would bring the probability of TS force conditions to the Tampa Bay area and West Central FL. Keeping an update to update watch here.
Good grief, I live on the St. Johns River in Green Cove Springs. I guess I'll be bugging out in the am. Been raining all day and night here.
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