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Warmth returns Friday, cooler and breezy weekend

Jacksonville’s weather forecast turns cooler with northeasterly winds

Patchy fog forms after midnight
Patchy fog forms after midnight

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – MINOR COASTAL FLOODING EXPECTED DURING TIMES OF HIGH TIDE THIS WEEKEND

Temperatures will cool down into the upper 60s overnight under partly cloudy skies. Friday starts out with patchy fog and partly cloudy skies and warms quickly into the record-challenging upper 80s.

A cold front pushes through Friday night, allowing for Nor’easter conditions from the weekend into next week

Saturday starts our much cooler, in the low 60s. Expect breezy northeasterly winds between 15-20 mph. Afternoon temperatures will only make it into the mid 70s under mostly sunny skies. Saturday night will be chilly and breezy.

Sunday we wake up in the upper 60s and warm into the mild low 80s. Expect mostly sunny skies and northeasterly winds around 15 mph.

Monday and Tuesday look very similar and we start to see chances for coastal showers to wander onshore with the consistent northeasterly winds.

Nor'easter conditions set in over the weekend
Nor'easter conditions set in over the weekend

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