Friday should look a lot like today with showers and storms likely.
The shortwave trough over the northern Gulf of Mexico is still dragging its way east along with a frontal boundary in the southern Mississippi Valley. NWS-JAX is calling for the low move in Friday and stall out northwest of Gainesville Friday night. This will continue to funnel in moisture and keep rain chances high. The NAM seems to show heavy precip over the area, but the GFS forecast is tamer on rainfall. Nevertheless, expect high chances of rain for Friday.
Tonight, some clearing with a possible stray shower - morning low of 69. Friday, expect mostly cloudy skies with showers and storms likely. The high should be near 83. The SPC is not calling for any severe weather, but any extra daytime heating could give enough instability for possbile strong gusts and small hail.