Westward moving sea breeze front helped to spark sporadic showers/thunderstorms during the afternoon hours. We captured the interaction of an already ongoing weak shower, as front moved in from the east.
The southern parts of Nassau and Charlton county and Baker county were monitored. At 1932Z an increase in cloud top cooling was noticed and 8 min later, CI product also had probabilities of 70 % plus for this area. At the same time, a cooling rate of roughly -15K/15 min was detected. Rapid development occurred thereafter with 50 dBz and more seen in the JAX radar side at 1947 Z, which gave a good lead time for focusing on the potential hot-spot over NE Florida. The storm was a pulsating one with rapid weakening thereafter.