JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – We started off our morning with dense fog across the first coast and it’s making a comeback this evening. A Dense Fog Advisory has already been issued for coastal St. Johns and Flagler counties until 3am Monday morning.
Lows overnight will drop into the low 60s with increasing cloud cover.
Sunday night is also the Geminid meteor shower, the best meteor shower of the year! Best viewing time is from 9pm Sunday night until 2am Monday morning. Right now a few clouds are in our forecast.
Monday will start out damp for some, but expect clearing skies and cooler temperatures as a cold front behind the showers pushed through during the day. Behind the front, expect mostly sunny skies and highs in the low 70s.
Tuesday starts out cool, in the low 50s and only warms into the upper 60s under partly cloudy skies.
Cold front and storm system develops along the Gulf Coast and this may provide snows to the Mid-Atlantic to the Southern New England States.
For us, showers will return as Wednesday starts out in the low 50s with breezy conditions we can expect to warm up only into the mid 60s.
Thursday wakes up in the chilly mid 40s and only warms up into the low 60s under mostly sunny skies.