JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Wednesday starts out with a few hours of windows open weather but warms up by the mid morning. Expect partly cloudy skies, low to no chances for showers and afternoon highs around 87°.
Thursday kicks off a much wetter weather pattern, with a wave of showers moving northeast across our area from the Gulf. Expect temperatures to only make it up into the low 80s as a result of the showers.
Expect a similar day on Friday with Gulf moisture providing widespread showers and mi 80s for the warmest temperatures. Friday night dries out and we take a break from the rain through early Saturday.
Saturday and Sunday look warmer with thunderstorms. Expect to top out in the mid 80s with widespread showers and thunderstorms firing up.
Sunday through Tuesday’s forecast is heavily dependent on how far away Tropical Storm Cristobal passes us by. Some forecast models show the distant storm dragging plumes of rain cross our state, resulting in 3-5 inches of rainfall over a few days. We will keep you updated when we have a better idea of how this scenario will play out.