Rainy start gives way to clouds

Weather Authority Alert Day ends

By Mark Collins - Meteorologist

Rain pushes south by lunchtime Sunday but clouds stay here until Tuesday.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A Weather Authority Alert Day ended after morning pushing south.

Now the clouds sit tight over the area as cold air funnels in tonight.

Rain pushes south by lunchtime Sunday but clouds stay here until Tuesday.

The cold front will move in this afternoon ending rain chances rapidly from northwest to east. 

Highs will will top out in the low 70s before the cold settles in tonight.

Today will be the last day in the 70s until Thursday.

Temps drop into the 50s by 7 pm with a low near 43 Monday morning. 

Monday stays cloudy all day locking in a raw chill. Breezy NW winds at 15 mph makes for a rough start to the week while an isolated shower could get squeezed out of the overcast.

The coldest night will be into Wednesday morning with a light freeze and frost possible over inland southeast GA, and even into the Suwannee Valley area of northeast FL.


12 pm Showers 20% 70°
3 pm Cloudy 20% 70°
7 pm Cloudy 59°
10 pm Cloudy 55°
 

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