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Flood Watch through 8 p.m. tonight

Heavy Rainfall remains the main threat, with additional rainfall totals of 1 to 3 inches forecast through this evening, with locally higher amounts possible as indicated in the attached rainfall graphic. Flooding is possible over portions of inland southeast Georgia and all of northeast and north central Florida, and isolated pockets of flash flooding will be possible in urban and especially coastal locations into the evening hours. The Weather Prediction Center (WPC) has outlooked coastal southeast Georgia and portions of coastal northeast Florida within a slight risk for excessive rainfall through tonight. 

Isolated Strong to Severe Storms will be possible through early this evening as indicated in the attached Storm Prediction Center graphics that place northeast and north central Florida within a Marginal Risk. The main threat would be damaging winds of 40-60 mph, although an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.

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