JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Temperatures steadily dropped throughout the day instead of warming up, the final rounds of light rain will push out of our southern counties this evening. The cold front behind the messy weather moves through overnight, clearing our skies out and chilling us down into the upper 30s. Jacksonville should hit 39°, it will be chillier over inland Southeastern Georgia where they will see mid 30s and patchy frost Saturday morning. Coastal zones on Northeastern Florida will be in the mid to low 40s.
Saturday starts out cold and will be sunny and chilly all day, temperatures will climb up to around 60°. Expect a cool breeze out of the northeast between 7-10 mph.
Saturday night turns cold again as temperatures dive down into the upper 30s and low 40s.
Sunday starts of cold , but makes it into the cool low 60s for the afternoon hours under partly cloudy skies.
Monday there will be an isolated shower or two, but otherwise partly sunny skies and mild temperatures, making it up to around 70° during the afternoon.
Gorgeous, sunny, perfect weather moves in Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Expect mild afternoon temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s. Ahhhhhh! Enjoy!