We are warming this afternoon under sunny skies. Hopefully you are enjoying the break in humidity.
Winds are gusty from the NW breezes but should lay down this evening. Expect dry weather all day which will last through the weekend.
Highs reach about 83 and then dip into the upper 60s after 9 pm tonight.
Temps go lower overnight reaching possible record lows for this time of year! Most locations will be in the lower 50s. Around Jacksonville to the coast but inland locations will fall to the mid and upper 40s very close to record lows tomorrow which are 45 both in Jacksonville and Arlington.
Some May 8th record lows:
Jacksonville 45 / 1992
Gainesville 42 / 1992
Alma, GA 42 / 1958
St. Simons Island 48 / 1992
Craig Airport 45 / 1992
Saturday will warm back into the 80s with sunny dry skies.
Sunday will be much warmer as highs top out in the upper 80s for Mother’s Day. Southeasterly breezes pick up, boosting the humidity that could eventually spark some showers early next week ahead of a weakening cool front.
The front will break the heat next week keeping highs in the low 80s as the boundary stalls near us providing showers and thunderstorms through midweek.