JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Today was mild with increasing clouds. Temperatures topped out around 70° making for a nice change from the frigid weekend. Tonight the temperatures will sink slowly down into the mid 50s thanks to a blanket of persistent clouds. We will see a few isolated, light showers pushing through, mainly after 1a.m. to the north of the state line.
Tuesday will be cloudy and mild, with afternoon temperatures topping out in the mid 60s. We expect a few isolated and light showers to push through our northernmost counties- mainly from Waycross to Brunswick. Winds will be out of the west and then the north around 10 mph.
Wednesday starts out chiller, in the mid 40s. Under partly cloudy skies we will only make it up to 63° at our warmest point. Expect light winds out of the northwest around 8 mph.
Thursday looks quite similar to Wednesday, but a tad chillier, waking up around 41° and warming up to around 62° under partly cloudy skies.
Friday we get a taste of more mild weather, with temperatures climbing from the low 40s into the upper 60s under partly cloudy skies. We will see a few showers Friday evening into the overnight hours.
The weekend turns chilly, only topping out in the upper 50s Saturday and low 60s Sunday with mostly sunny skies.