JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Expect the evening to turn chilly, but not as chilly as the past few nights. Expect a few clouds and temperatures sinking down into the mid to upper 40s.
Thursday will be more mild, topping out just shy of 70°. Expect a few coastal showers to wander onshore during the day, with building chances for evening to overnight showers.
Thursday night into Friday morning rounds of showers will push through, most of us will sleep through the rain and the bulk of the rain will be offshore before sunrise.
Friday, a cold front behind the showers will push through and turn us chilly and breezy. Expect daytime temperatures to only reach 63° with westerly winds around 15 mph under sunny skies.
The weekend will be less breezy, but even chillier. On Saturday we start out in the chilly low 40s and only warm up into the upper 50s.
Sunday will be the chilliest start this week, waking up in the mid 30s. Sunday will be sunny and only warming up into the upper 50s.
Next week kicks off isolated chances for showers on Monday and Tuesday.