The sunny day is giving way to more clouds with a stiffening northeasterly breeze. Today stays dry but as clouds filter in this evening rain will develop Saturday with a cool and breezy couple days.
Tonight, elevated northeast winds at the coast around 10-15 keep temps from falling below the upper 50s while inland lows will be in the upper 40s°.
Moisture from a Gulf low moves in Saturday. The bulk of the rain impacts only Northeastern Florida staying south of Georgia. Best timing will be in the mid day/afternoon but some spotty showers may briefly be possible during the morning.
Rain could be steady as the low crosses south Florida. It pulls the rain away after 8 pm Saturday with clearing skies and another shot of cool air staying around for Sunday.
Temperatures will be in the 60s over the weekend with lows from the mid 30s to the upper 40s.
Monday kicks off a change in our forecast, expect mostly sunny skies, no chances for showers, Monday tops out in the mid 60s, but we get warmer each day next wee, ending up around 80° by the end of the week.