Breezy, cool evening on the way

Coastal flooding from northeasterly winds continue

By Rebecca Barry - Meteorologist

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A few coastal showers will push onshore this evening, they are most likely in St Johns and Flagler counties. Temperatures will be mild turning cool tonight as the winds fade overnight. 

Expect overnight temperatures to get down into the low 60s, with a few upper 50s for inland counties and upper 60s for the beaches. 

Friday will be a little warmer with a 20% chance to see a coastal shower with the continuing onshore flow. Expect winds out of the northeast between 10 and 15 mph.   Afternoon highs will top out in the low 80s. 

Friday night expect cool temperatures sinking down into the low 60s under partly cloudy skies. 

Saturday will be the better day of the weekend due to building chances for showers on Sunday. Saturday starts out in the cool low 60s and warms into the low 80s during the afternoon hours. Expect partly cloudy skies and northeasterly winds between 10-15mph. Chances for coastal showers to be pushed onshore are at 20%.

Sunday starts out in the mid 60s and climbs into the mid 80s, with chances for showers building up to 50%. Winds will be a little lighter, topping out around 10mph. 

Big chances for showers continue on Monday and Tuesday, ahead of a big cool down for the middle to end of the workweek. 

Local Hazards:

High risk of rip currents.
Coastal Flood Warning for St Johns river basin and tributaries.
Small Craft Advisory for area waters.

 

Sunrise: 7:31 am
Sunset: 6:51 pm

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