Cold air moves in overnight making for a chilly start Monday

Jacksonville will see a chance for isolated showers Saturday evening

Monday's Outlook (Copyright 2020 by WJXT News4Jax - All rights reserved.)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Happy Sunday and happy November 1st!

The showers ahead of the approaching cold front push offshore this evening. Behind the front our winds will shift to a more northwesterly direction and as they do.

That cold front means business.....We will quickly cool down and dry out overnight.

Monday and Tuesday will be breezy and much, much cooler. Monday morning temperatures will be in the low 50s, all the way to the beach. There will be some 40s Monday morning, mainly in Georgia. Afternoon highs will be in the mid 60s (yep, that’s about it) all the while skies will be super blue and sunny!

On top of the chilly temperatures we’ll see breezy winds out of the north at 15-20 mph.

By Election Day, Tuesday, our weather will be as spectacular, with morning low temperatures in the 40s, just about everywhere. It is possible there will be some 30s in Georgia (Valdosta-Waycross-Nahunta). Afternoon highs will struggle to reach 70°.

Yet, again, the chill down and spectacular clear skies will be brief. Wednesday through the weekend, winds shift back into the northeast and a light nor’easter will settle in, bringing gusty winds, coastal flooding, high surf and rip current risk, and showers.

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