This weekend, the nor'easter conditions we've seen over the past few days begin to weaken, but not subside. Expect mostly sunny, breezy days with coastal showers pushing onshore.
Saturday's high will reach the mid 80s as the sun peaks between building clouds during the afternoon hours. After a quiet morning start, rising temps and building winds make for a warm afternoon.
Winds begin with a more northerly direction and build as they turn during the afternoon to be Easterly. Strongest at the beach, between 10-15mph, inland winds will peak around 10mph. The breezes direct isolated showers onshore. During the morning hours the showers fade as they push onshore, but are more likely to push inland during the afternoon hours, thanks to afternoon heating.
The breezes continue a higher risk for rip currents than normal, as well as more rough surf and choppy waters.
For Sunday, similar conditions can be expected. Overnight and early morning coastal showers are possible. Breezy conditions and partly cloudy skies continue, with 20 percent coverage of showers, including inland areas by the afternoon hours.
For the Jaguars game on Sunday, a passing shower or two is possible, rain gear is a good idea. Otherwise breezy & warm conditions are expected.
As we move into the beginning of the work week, more significant chances for rain build in to the forecast, especially on Monday.