JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The potential for severe storms has passed, but we will see downpours throughout the evening in Northeastern Florida. Minor, temporary flooding is possible within the heaviest downpours. Southeastern Georgia is done with the rain.
Tonight we will gradually dry out from the north to the south. Temperatures will be chilly, making it down into the upper 50s despite mostly cloudy skies.
Thursday we wake up cloudy, but we will see decreasing clouds throughout the day. Expect a chilly day, only topping out in the upper 60s with gusty northeasterly winds between 15-25 mph.
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Friday’s forecast look better! We wake up in the chilly upper 50s and warm up into the mild upper 70s under partly cloudy skies. Winds will be out of the east between 7-12 mph.
The weekend looks wetter, with the most widespread chances for rai on Saturday and decent chances for rain on Sunday.
Monday looks wet, but sunshine is back on Tuesday.