JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Locally in Duval, St. Johns and Clay counties we have only had a few scattered downpours through 7 p.m. yet the threat remains for more downpours until at least 10 p.m. tonight. A few lingering showers will still be on Exact Track Radar until after 12 midnight. Evening temperatures will remain mild, holding in the mid 60s.
Waking-up Wednesday will likely be darker than usual as heavy low clouds, some patchy fog will be around at sunrise. Clouds will slowly thin out so we will see a few rays of sunshine, especially in the afternoon and evening hours. Only expecting highs in the low 70s, but if the sun returns more than expected, we could reach 75°. I would lean on cooler temperatures for Wednesday. Winds will be northeasterly 10-18 mph.
Thanksgiving will be wet for most with a trough crossing the state from the Gulf, bringing waves of drizzle and showers with it. Total Thanksgiving rains will be on the light to moderate side, with amounts under an inch for most. Our Southernmost counties will be the wettest, with our driest counties to the North of the State line. You can read more about the forecast for Thanksgiving here...
Black Friday will start out with some showers early and gradually dry out under mostly cloudy skies. Expect a sunny, dry, crisp, beautiful weekend to follow.
6 p.m. 66°
8 p.m. 66°
10 p.m. 64°
Sunrise 6:57 a.m.
Sunset 5:27 p.m.