JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Tonight will be not as hot, breezy, and comfortable. Evening temperatures will sink down through the 80s slowly, with east-northeasterly winds between 10-15 mph overnight. Overnight lows will end up in the mid to upper 70s.
Saturday's forecast has dried out a bit thanks to Potential Tropical Cyclone 9's track shift to the east. Expect partly cloudy skies to start out with and windy conditions. Expect easterly and northeasterly winds between 15-20 mph. Clouds will build as we head into the late afternoon hours. We will see good chances for showers building in the late afternoon and peaking overnight Saturday night into Sunday morning.
Our coastal counties will see the most and the most frequest rain Saturday night into Sunday, accumulating 1-2". Inland counties will see around an inch.
Sunday will be cloudy with a few more rounds of rain. Winds will continue to be onshore around 15 mph, making for higher than normal high tides that could make for minor flooding. There will also be a high risk of rip currents. Expect mostly cloudy skies and good chances to get rained on.
Monday's forecast dries out and starts to clear out. By the mid day rain chances are more isolated and skies turn partly cloudy. Temperatures will warm up to around 90°.
The rest of the week looks hot and dry to start off with, with a hint of cooler, more Fall-like weather on Friday morning. (Hint, it starts with "six" and rhymes with "mixsties")
5 pm 87 - 20%
8 pm 82 - 20%
10 pm 80 - 10%
Sunrise: 7:09 am
Sunset: 7:36 pm