Jacksonville, FLA. – Today we still saw coastal flooding evening though our northeasterly winds began to relax a bit. We will still see elevated river levels tonight and tomorrow as well, but the water is slowly receding.
This evening will be lovely - enjoy your yard or pop the windows open for awhile, we slip out of the mid 70s after 6p.m. and we are in for a cool, crisp night. The coolest temperatures will be over inland Georgia where we will see 50s. Coastal Georgia and inland Florida will see mid to low 60s. I-95 out to the coastline of Florida will see mid to upper 60s. St Johns County and the beaches will see low 70s.
Wednesday starts out crisp and cool and turns warm for a few hours during the afternoon. Under partly sunny to partly cloudy skies we will warm into the low 80s, with lighter winds out of the north between 7-12 mph. Wednesday evening will be lovely and cool again, with overnight lows in the mid to upper 60s.
Thursday our Fall weather starts to erode as we warm into the mid 80s, with an onshore (easterly) wind bringing more moisture to our forecast.
Friday marks the end of our cool temperatures for now, we will warm up to 87° with widely scattered showers.
The weekend will be warm and wet at times, with afternoon highs in the upper 80s and widespread chances for passing showers and storms.