Warm afternoon with rain holding off...for now

Rain increases tomorrow

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Temperatures this afternoon are in the 80s with humid conditions. Rain has been steady in the Panhandle byt it is unlikely to make much progress our way in town. 

Our weather will be dominated by warm SSW breezes 15 mph and mostly cloudy skies.

Temperatures will top out at 82 very close to the record of 84.

Rain and clouds will increase through the day over southern Georgia but track north of Jacksonville with only a 20% chance for rain late this 
afternoon into the evening hours. 

Tonight clouds and showers increase with lows in the mid 60s. The rain chance overnight into Monday, is mainly in Southeastern Georgia closer to I-75. 

30% Showers Monday morning start early with the potential for heavier rain from Jacksonville northward into southern Georgia. Rain will increase to 60% with highs in the mid to upper 70s. 
A few thunderstorms are possible south of JAX in the afternoon.

Tuesday NE winds pick up to 15-20 pulling in coastal 40% showers. Look for cooler and cloudy conditions without much range from morning to afternoon temps locked in the 60s.

We start Wednesday out cloudy, with the possibility of an isolated shower, but we dry out and clear out during the day, ending the day with partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will be slightly cooler, starting in the mid 50s and only warming up to around 70°. 

Then look for sunnier skies warming into the mid to upper 70s into the weeks end.

Hourly Forecast:

1 pm - 79° - 20% shower 
4 p.m. 83° - Cloudy