Another abnormally warm day as winds shift onshore

Jacksonville tied their record high on Tuesday with a high of 89°

Sunrise Forecast

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Before sunrise, a weak cool front will drop through Jacksonville, and shift our winds to onshore. The impact will be for warmer nights and cooler days. Kind of opposite of what you might expect.

The mornings will be warm with afternoon highs Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mid 80s. These onshore winds will push clouds and a few isolated coastal showers.

The chances will be low and amounts light, best chances on Thursday before noon. Morning lows (around sunrise) will be in the low to mid 70s. Not very cool, normal low temperatures are in the low to mid 60s this time of year.

Friday will be another toasty afternoon, under partly cloudy and breezy conditions, the afternoon highs will again be in the mid to upper 80s. Late in the day, there maybe a few brief showers as a cold front rolls through. Cooler temperatures will push in on Saturday and only stay a day.

Saturday morning will have sunrise temperatures in the 50s, mainly inland, beaches will be in the 60s. Saturday’s daytime high will be in the 70s!

Ok, it sounds awesome, but it will also include building clouds and possible showers starting on Sunday.

7-Day Forecast

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