JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Tuesday starts off partly cloudy and transitions into mostly sunny skies. Expect rapidly climbing temperatures, into the upper 80s. There is an isolated (35%) chance for a pop up shower during the mid day, mainly to the north of the state line. If a few develop around Jacksonville, they should be only on the moderate side, lasting less than 20 minutes.
Wednesday will be partly cloudy, with a good chance for rain in Southeastern Georgia and a more widely scattered chance for rain in Northeastern Florida. Temperatures will be warm, and area-wide chances for showers will be at 65%, but the bulk of the rain will be along and to the north of the state line.
Thursday we wake up in the upper 60s and warm up to around 90 degrees. You have 40% chances to see the scattered thundershowers during the day.
Friday’s, Saturday and Sunday forecasts looks similar, with warm temperatures, partly cloudy skies, and a 40% chance to see scattered storms.
The Memorial Day (Monday) dries out a tad, with 20% chances for isolated showers and afternoon highs hitting the low 90s.