Drier, mild evening leading to a warm and dry weekend

Jacksonville’s weather forecast looks dry this week

Drying out with patchy fog
Drying out with patchy fog

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A few showers are pushing onshore and inland this afternoon. We should be mostly dry and mild this evening. Patchy fog may form after midnight as temperatures cool down to around 70°.

Saturday starts our drier trend, with a 30% chance for an isolated shower to wander onshore. Expect mostly sunny skies and warm afternoon temperatures, topping out in the mid 80s. Winds will be out out of the east between 5-10 mph.

Sunday starts out with some patchy fog and temperatures around 70°. Mostly sunny skies will warm us back into the mid to low 80s.

Monday kicks off a week-long forecast of waking up around 70° and warming up into the mid 80s under mostly sunny skies.


The NHC now places a high chance on an area of disturbed weather south of Cuba to develop into the next tropical storm over the next two days. It’s too soo where this system may end up and the models diverge widely at this point, but it does bear watching.

Starting a drier and warm weather pattern
Starting a drier and warm weather pattern

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