Currently, skies are mostly clear over the Gainesville area. There are showers over southwest Marion County and over Gilchrist County. These cells should rain itself out over time since there isn't any diurnal heating or many lifting to keep them sustained. Otherwise, no reason to worry about anything. There could be a possibility for fog in some areas according to NWS-JAX's latest forecast discussion.
Friday, the ridge to our west and a trough to our east will keep the northwest flow according to the NWS. However, GFS points to a very weak and variable wind flow for Friday. The weather seems to be pretty typical of Florida with seabreeze-spawned storms possible.
For tonight, mostly clear with possible fog and a morning low near 72. For Friday, partly cloudy with a chance of showers and storms. Expect a high near 94. NWS-JAX is calling for a 30 percent chance of rain.
If anything seems to form nearby, I'm sure posts will be added on Twitter.