JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Today was sunny, warm, and beautiful. We broke 90° for the first time this year, which is much later than our average first day in the 90s, which is April 26th. This evening will be mild and clear. Late tonight into early Friday we will see some patchy fog form.
Friday starts out with patchy fog and temperatures in the low to mid 60s. Expect a quick warm up that will breach the low 90s again, Expect to top out around 91° under mostly sunny skies.
Friday evening we will see partly cloudy skies with temperatures sinking down through the 70s.
Saturday will be mostly sunny and hot. We start in the mid to upper 60s and warm up to around 90°. Expect an afternoon easterly breeze between 5-10 mph. Saturday night will be partly cloudy and mild.
Sunday expect mostly sunny skies and temperatures warming into the mid to upper 80s. You will notice building cloud cover as we head into the evening hours. The chances for rain are at 20% Sunday evening into the overnight hours.
Monday kicks off a beneficial wetter weather pattern. Expect 50-60% chances for rain Monday through Thursday. Rain this time of the year is crucial to manage and lower our wildfire danger. We will keep you updated on the timing of the showers and how much rainfall you will see as the forecast becomes more apparent.
6 pm 85
8 pm 78
10 pm 73
Sunrise: 6:35 am
Sunset: 8:10 pm