From record challenging heat to struggling to reach 70, our temperatures are headed down

Jacksonville’s weather forecast turns chilly to head into the weekend

Cooler under cloudy skies

After record challenging heat this afternoon, we will cool down significantly over the next 24 hours, struggling to warm up into the low 70s Friday.

Tonight will not be the chilliest night, we will sink down into the mid 60s under mostly cloudy skies.

Friday will be cloudy and almost chilly, spending most of the day in the 60s, barely hitting the low 70s for afternoon temperatures. We will see a few isolated showers, accounting for 30% chances for rain. Friday night turns definitely chilly, getting down to around 50 degrees early Saturday morning.

Saturday will be the prettiest day of the next 7. Expect a chilly starts, mostly sunny skies, and a mild afternoon topping out in the upper 70s.

Sunday starts out nice, in the 60s and warms up into the mid 80s. Expect increasing clouds and building chances for showers and thunderstorms during the evening hours, accounting for 60% chances for rain.

Monday looks like the best chance for rain of the next 7 days, with 90% chances you will see the rain. The wetter weather pattern sticks around Tuesday and Wednesday and starts to dry out a bit on Thursday, with comfortable 70 degree temperatures behind the rain.

Turning cooler tomorrow

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