JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

Expect a breezy, cool weekend with high clouds and low chances for rain.  

Saturday started out cool, especially across inland areas, where temperatures dipped into the mid to low 40's.  Coastal areas saw overnight temperatures as low as the 50's and even 60's right along the beaches.  Mostly sunny skies kicked our day off, but high clouds filtered into our area from the East all day, resulting in partly cloudy skies. An ever-so-slight chance for a passing coastal shower exists, around a 10% chance, during the afternoon hours.  

Afternoon temperatures climb into the upper 60's and low 70's along the beaches Saturday afternoon, and mid 70's over inland areas during the afternoon hours.  Winds build out of the NE up to 15mph during the afternoon hours. 

Saturday night, temperatures sink into the upper 40's to mid 50's as winds calm down overnight. Expect a decent warm up Sunday, as high clouds increase, and winds shift to become Northwesterly.   Afternoon temperatures top out in the mid 70's with a 10% chance for an isolated shower.

Sunday night, temperatures dip into the upper 50's and winds die down.  On Monday, expect a cool start and mild afternoon under partly cloudy skies. Perfect weather for Veteran's Day ceremonies.