Weekend finally feels more like October as northeast winds build

Jacksonville’s weekend will have breezy, cooler temperatures and possible coastal high tide flooding

Winds build through the day
Winds build through the day

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A cold front rolled in overnight and winds will build out of the northeast and be rather gusty. Temperatures will cool on down as well. Georgia folks will see more morning temperatures dip into the 50s. Jacksonville will start off between 60-65°. Beaches will not see much of a cool down, generally starting off in the 60s.

Saturday and Sunday will see breezy, cooler conditions. No longer will we see temperatures near record highs. Instead, Saturday will see afternoon highs struggle to reach the low to mid 70s. Clouds will be numerous and there could even be a passing shower. Whatever shower we should see it should be very brief. Sunday (Game Day) will also have partly cloudy, breezy and a little cooler temperature. Afternoon highs around 80°, winds will be gusty NE 10-20 mph.

Next week, those northeasterly winds with partly cloudy skies will continue relentlessly. Sunrise temperatures in the 60s and highs in the low 80s.

Keep an eye on the tropics as we are likely to see two systems develop, Hello Epsilon and Zeta!

Cool down for Saturday morning
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