A strong coastal storm is developing this weekend just off-shore of Florida’s First Coast. Moisture wrapping around this system may push well inland on Saturday, possible impacting the Gator’s last home game of the 2012 season. Winds out of the northeast will also be a factor, gusting at times near 20 mph. On top of that, cloudy skies will continue to keep temperatures on the cool side and mostly in the 60s for an afternoon high. At the present time, indications are that most of the shower activity will occur in the morning hours, with only a sprinkle or some drizzle possibly lingering through the game. We’ll be tweeting the very latest @GatorWeather.
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