JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Expect a nice cool down for the middle of the work week. The colder , drier air behind all of Tuesday's clouds & showers begins to clear the skies over Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia overnight Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
Overnight lows early Wednesday morning will reach the low 40's from I-75 to I-95. To the East of I-95 can expect to hit the mid 40's by sunrise on Wednesday. Costal areas may only reach the upper 40's for overnight lows. Winds overnight will be out of the Northwest, generally between 5 and 10 miles per hour.
Expect sunny, clear skies during the day on Wednesday, with no chance for rain. Afternoon highs climb into the upper 60's, with a few locations hitting the low 70's. Winds will be breezy, out of the Northwest between 5 and 15 miles per hour.
Wednesday night will be the chilliest, temperatures will dip under clear skies- into the mid 30's- cooler long I-75 and slightly warmer in our coastal areas. After a chilly start, afternoon highs struggle through the 50's, only inland areas may reach the low 60's.
Another cool start on Thursday morning- expect mid to upper 30's for overnight lows at sunrise. Winds will be cool as well, out of the North, between 10 and 15 miles per hour. Afternoon highs on Thursday barely hit the low 70's, but mark the beginning of a beautiful warm up, into the mid 70's on Friday, and into the weekend.
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