JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — This story is no longer being updated. For the latest on Tropical Storm Elsa and its impacts here on the First Coast, click here.
As of 11 a.m. Wednesday: Elsa is making landfall in Dixie county on Florida's Big Bend. Our forecast and impacts for the First Coast are unchanged.
The First Coast will feel the impacts from Elsa through this evening. The biggest impact to monitor will be heavy rainfall and 50 mph gusts in severe storms. There is also a threat for isolated tornadoes since the Jacksonville area is forecast to be on the eastern side of Elsa's center as it treks north-northeast. The ground is already very saturated with recent, prolonged wet weather. It won't take much wind to cause tree damage.
Here is a breakdown county by county.
*Please continue to monitor this story as it may change with the forecast.
Inland, Northeast Florida
Inland, Southeast Georgia
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