Jacksonville, FLA. - The weekend weather started with a warm up on Saturday, into the upper 80's, with isolated storms during the afternoon. Sunday- cloudy skies and cooler temperatures prevailed.
Saturday morning started in the upper 60's and lower 70's, with patches of fog to the West of I-95. Visibilities were reduced to 4-7 miles for an hour or so, before warming temperatures caused the fog to dissipate.
Warming temperatures led to the mid 80's by the lunch hour, and partly cloudy skies with slight increases during the afternoon hours. Expect 30% coverage of afternoon showers, especially between 3:00 and 6:00pm. Winds develop out of the Southwest between 5 and 10mph.
Nautical condition Saturday led to a moderate risk for rip currents along the beaches, SW winds at 10mph, and 2-4' seas out to 20 miles.
Saturday's showers end around 7pm, but the clouds stick around overnight, leading to mild overnight temperatures.
Cloudy skies define Sunday's weather, limiting heating to the upper 70's for an afternoon high. Winds will be out of the Northeast at 10mph, and chances for rain are 20%.
The Jags game will be played under mostly cloudy skies, with temperatures in the mid to upper 70's, and an isolated chance for a short lived shower.
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