JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Just like last night, forecast models are suggesting morning downpours along areas Coastal Waters and Beaches. Those forecast models were right with their forecast of morning Coastal showers, so be on the alert for morning rains. Sunrise temperatures and conditions, whether there are showers or not, will be warm and muggy. Starting off in the mid 70s and heading much higher in the afternoon. As afternoon temps reach near 90° we will see thundershowers begin to develop, making for 60% chances for rain. Rainfall amounts will be up to an inch with a few backyards picking up more than that.
Sunday will see morning sunshine, breezy southwest winds, up to 20 mph, will help to crank up more showers and a few thunderstorms. Unlike Saturday, these Sunday showers and storms will be brief and when they end, that will be it! Highs on Sunday may reach 90° in areas the never see any rains, yes some will not see any showers this weekend. Rainfall should be under a half-inch.
Monday kicks off a drier trend, but it will be hot. Expect partly cloudy skies, only a 20% chance for showers and highs around 88°.
Tuesday and Wednesday are mostly sunny, cooler overnight in the upper 60s, but toasty warm in the upper 80s during the afternoon.
Thursday and Friday northeasterly winds pick up, making for partly cloudy skies, cooler afternoons in the mid 80s, isolated coastal showers, and higher than normal high tides.