JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Brrrrrrrr! The clouds kept us from warming up this afternoon, we held in the upper 50s under cloudy skies. We will see some partial clearing this evening with northwest winds around 10 mph.
Temperatures will dive down into the low 40s overnight, making a for a chilly start on Wednesday. Expect partly cloudy skies with building clouds throughout the day. Temperatures remain chilly, only making it into the low 60s.
Thursday the sunshine is back! We wake up in the cold low 40s and warm up into the low 60s with westerly winds between 5-10 mph. The clear skies don’t last, expect mostly cloudy skies by Thursday night.
Friday brings a hint of mild weather, with temperatures climbing into the upper 60s. There’s a chance for isolated showers with building clouds during the afternoon.
A cold front pushes through and cools us down for the weekend. Saturday will be sunny and chilly, only topping out in the upper 50s. Sunday starts out in the mid 30s with patchy frost and will be sunny and equally as chilly during the afternoon.
For MLK Day we start out with cloudier skies and temperatures around 40°. There’s a slight chance for a shower and temperatures will only make it up to 60°.