JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Today was lovely! We topped out in the 60s under mostly sunny skies. Tonight temperatures turn chilly with overnight lows in the mid to upper 30s over inland Southeastern Georgia, low 40s for inland Northeastern Florida and upper 40s and low 50s for the beaches. Winds will be light, out of the northwest.
Wednesday expect building clouds and afternoon to evening chances for showers- especially in our southern, coastal counties. Clay, Putnam, St Johns, and Duval counties will see the most rain. Temperatures will top out in the mid 60s with northeasterly winds around 10 mph.
Thursday expect two main rounds of showers and storms, on during the mid day and one as we head into the evening hours. We may see a few severe storms- the primary concerns are gusty winds and hail. Temperatures will be quite warm relative to what we’ve seen lately, topping out in the low 80s.
Friday morning may start off with a few showers, but the we will see clearing skies and chilly temperatures only climbing into the mid 60s. Friday night turns chilly, as we head into the mid 30s with the chance for patchy frost.
Saturday will be sunny and cold, only topping out in the mid 50s. Sunday we wake up around 40° and warm up into the cool low 60s under sunny skies.
Monday, the 70s are back!