JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Today northerly breezes will push in behind the front; as a result of the passage coastal winds will range between 10-15 mph. Sunday highs will only reach the mid-to-high 70s, but that’s still above normal for this time of the year. We’ll stay dry throughout the day, but cloudy skies will prevail for the first part of the day. A few breaks in the clouds will allow for some sunshine to break through by the afternoon. Along the coast winds will range between 10-15 mph. Overnight temperatures will dip into the mid-50s inland while at the coast temperatures will hover near the 60°.
The coming week delivers a variety of weather conditions. Monday should remain relatively dry; however, there’s a slight chance that our coastal counties may receive a few scattered showers as northeasterly winds giving us an onshore flow. Expect highs to reach the mid-to-upper 70s during the day. Southerly winds will push in Tuesday giving us pleasant and warm conditions; it’s the calm before the storm so to speak – because Tuesday night showers will push into Southeastern Georgia along a strong cold front. Cold air will arrive on Wednesday in Georgia, then into Florida by Thursday. This blast of cold air will cause highs to only reach the mid-to-upper 50s while lows will fall to into the low 40s and upper 30s. We’ll likely experience our first freeze of the season by next weekend.