JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – We’re seeing a few areas of light rain tracking across our area, making for a chilly and damp evening. We will dry out by midnight and see clearing skies overnight. Expect temperatures diving down into the upper 30s and low 40s.
Thursday, the sunshine is back! Expect sunny skies and chilly temperatures only topping out in the low 60s. Winds will be out of the west between 5-10 mph.
Friday we expect a few clouds ahead of a chance for showers. Temperature will climb into the upper 60s, giving us a hint of mild weather. The showers will push through Friday evening into the overnight hours. A cold front behind the showers moves through turning us cold for the weekend.
Saturday starts out around 39° and will be sunny, chilly, and breezy. Expect westerly winds around 15 mph and temperatures climbing into the mid 50s at our warmest point.
Sunday begins with patchy frost over inland areas and the possibility of a light freeze, with temperatures in the mid to low 30s. Sunny skies will only warm us into the mid 50s for the afternoon hours.
MLK Day begins in the chilly upper 30s and only warms up to around 60° under partly cloudy skies. The chances for showers we saw in the forecast previously has dried out, with only a 10% chance for an isolated shower.
Tuesday will be sunny and chilly again, starting in the upper 30s and only warming into the low 60s.
Craving more mild temperatures? Me too. Wednesday looks promising- with afternoon temperatures in the upper 60s.