We are set to lose the grip on Mondays balmy 70s. A return to cooler weather takes over this week with a front passing by this afternoon. Look for colder temperatures tonight with northerly winds around 12-15 mph.
Temperatures drop into the mid to low 50s by sunrise with below average highs in the
upper 50s to low 60s in Georgia and reaching the mid 60s over NEFLA.
Don’t expect much sunshine the next few days. Tuesday will be cloudy with coastal showers as a weak low sits off the coast before heading to the Carolinas. Much lower rain chance west of I-95 and the St Johns river.
Wednesday will be much wetter for everyone as a cold front moves in keeping rain around from the afternoon into the evening.
Rain will come at us from the Gulf of Mexico reaching the I-75 corridor by the afternoon and into north central FL during the afternoon and early evening hours. Some storms are possible with most of the rain moving off the coast after 9 pm.
Temps barely reach the 60s Thursday with cool north winds and slowly clearing skies late in the day.
Sunrise: 7:15 am
Sunset: 5:28 pm