First day of Autumn as the nor’easter rolls on for another day

Jacksonville’s coastal creeks and rivers will continue to see very high (flooding) high tides

Breezy Showers

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Beautiful sunrise temperatures, especially in Georgia where sunrise temperatures will be close to 60°. Nice! Jacksonville will see morning starting temperatures around 70° with cooler temperatures in Western Duval and near 75° along area beaches.

Tuesday starts out mostly cloudy and onshore winds build again, into the 20-35 mph range along the coastline, lighter over inland areas. Coastal showers will continue to blow on shore. Bigger/heavier downpours will be in St. Johns, Clay, Putnam and Flagler counties. At times, there will seem to be clearing skies, allowing temperatures to warm up to around 80°. Coastal flooding during high tide will still be an issue, generally near Monday’s noontime high tide.

Wednesday will be the best day this week, waking up in the cool 60s and lighter winds out of the east, around 10 mph. Expect partly cloudy skies, low to no chances for showers, and afternoon highs in the low 80s.

Thursday looks lovely also, but a tad warmer.

Tropical moisture gets drug across our area by what will be left of Beta on Friday into the weekend, pumping our rain chances back up into the 50-60% range. Temperatures will warm back up into the upper 80s for the afternoons.

Breezy and cooler to start