JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – After a sunny and more mild mid day, clouds increased ahead of showers. The rain should be offshore by the middle of the evening and clearing skies will follow. The cold front pushes through our area overnight, clearing our skies and cooling our temperatures down into the upper 30s and low 40s.
Saturday will be cold, sunny, and windy. We wake up chilly, in the upper 30s and low 40s and only warm up into the mid 50s. Those temperatures will feel even chillier thanks to westerly winds between 15-20 mph with gusts closer to 30mph.
Saturday evening turns cold quickly, and we expect an inland freeze. We will wake up to frost on Sunday morning with temperatures in the low 30s.
Sunday starts our near freezing with frost and only warms into the chilly upper 50s, but the westerly winds will be lighter, in the 5-10 mph range.
MLK Day starts out around 40° thanks to overnight clouds, but the skies clear up and we warm up to around 60°
Tuesday will be sunny, chilly, and breezy. Wednesday will be mostly sunny and a tad mild, topping out in the upper 60s. Thursday expect lovely low 70s and mostly sunny skies- now there’s something we can look forward too!