JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Today started out in the upper 20s and low 30s, but finally broke out of the 50s for the first time in a few days thanks to sunny skies. After topping out in the low 60s we will turn chilly, but not freezing tonight with overnight low temperatures getting down into the upper 40s under increasing clouds in the sky.
Friday will be mostly cloudy and mild, with temperatures climbing into the upper 60s. Showers creep into Southeastern Georgia during the late morning hours and press across our area throughout the day, with rain chances jumping up by 4p.m. for Jacksonville. Expect a few rounds of showers in the late afternoon and evening hours, with the chance for more consistent rain in our southern counties between midnight and sunrise on Saturday.
We wake up chilly and cloudy on Saturday, with increasing mid afternoon chances for showers that build into Saturday night. Expect northeast winds between 10-15 mph and temperature only in the chilly upper 50s.
Saturday night is expected to be wet with overnight temperatures around 50°.
Sunday won’t be dry, but the best chances for showers are in the morning hours, giving some of us a break in the rain by the afternoon. Expect mostly cloudy skies and chilly temperatures topping out around 62°.
Monday will be cloudy, waking up at 50° and warming up to around 70°. Rain chances build back up Tuesday, but temperatures will be nice and mild, in the mid 70s.