JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – January chill, clouds and even a little light rain the past few days is finally going to get ejected out-of-here!
Here comes the sun!
After a few morning clouds, skies will turn super blue, as sunshine will be winter-crisp. Sunrise temperatures will be in the 30s inland to around 45° at area beaches. Afternoon highs won’t “bounce” much, despite the sunshine, expect highs in the low 60s.
Friday starts off nice, chilly though, by noon temperatures will be approaching the upper 60s. Skies will clouds up and before you know it, a few showers are expected with the chances will be between 2-8pm.
The Friday showers will not be too bad (heavy) yet could interfere with early evening plans.
A cold front slides through as we sleep Friday night and the Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend starts off breezy.
Saturday will see gusty winds during the afternoon, some winds will gust over 30 mph. Skies will be partly cloudy and highs will only be in the mid-50s. Overall, a rather cold breezy day.
Sunday and Monday will see winter conditions of cold and winds fade. Highs on Sunday & Monday will be near 60. Winds will settle down. Skies will be sunny, yet late Monday, may thicken enough for a few showers.
Overall, a 7 on the weekend Gaughan Gauge.