Downpours move through, temperatures turning chilly

Jacksonville’s weather forecast turns chilly to end the week

Damp, then turning chilly

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – We saw severe storms push into Columbia and Baker County, while heavy downpours moved through other spots in Northeast Florida on Wednesday. A cold front behind the rain pushed through tonight, that will clear our skies out and chill us down into the mid to low 40s.

Thursday will be sunny, chilly and windy with temperatures topping out only in the mid 50s. Expect a chilly breeze out of the north around 15 mph.

The chilliest night of the week will be Thursday night into Friday morning. Expect lows in the mid 30s along and west of I-95 with patchy inland frost expected. We may brush freezing temperatures over inland areas of Southeast Georgia.

On Friday, temperatures will only make it into the upper 50s under sunny skies. Expect northeasterly winds around 10 mph.

The weekend starts out chilly in the low 40s on Saturday morning, but we will warm into the low 60s for the afternoon, under partly cloudy skies.

Sunday looks nicer, waking up in the low 50s and warming up into the mid 70s.

We expect another round of showers and thunderstorms Monday, plunging us back into the chilly zone on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Turning chilly this week

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