JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Wednesday was the coolest morning since May 15th, when we also had a low of 60°. Nice! We are unlikely to cool down as much going into Thursday morning. Skies will start sunny but issues remain along area rivers and beaches. Inland coastal flood warnings, high Surf, and high rip current risk advisories are in place. Water levels are very slowly receding as the onshore winds relax.
Thursday we wake up cool, mid 60s downtown and inland. With mostly sunny skies our feeling of Fall erodes quickly as we warm into the mid 80s. Southeasterly winds around 10 mph make for increasing clouds Thursday night.
Game night conditions appear to be pleasant, with only a slight chance of an evening shower. Game temperatures will be in the 70s.
Friday marks the beginning of the return of summer-like temperatures. Waking up in the mid 70s and warm up into the upper 80s. Expect scattered afternoon showers and a thunderstorm or two.
For the weekend, the partly sunny skies are back and so are the afternoon showers. Expect to top out in the upper 80s with passing showers, mainly during the afternoon hours. Saturday looks like the wetter day of the weekend, Sunday dries out a bit.
Next week dries out nicely, but it will still be warm, topping out in the mid-upper 80s.