JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — TONIGHT: The breeze begins to big up and clouds thicken up. Temperatures dropping into the 50s shortly after sunset. A coastal nor'easter begins to develop.
TUESDAY: A few coastal showers are possible by the afternoon as the northeast breeze cranks up and our coastal nor'easter intensifies. Most of us will stay dry, expect clouds to thicken up, a solid breeze and temperatures sticking in the low 60s.
WEDNESDAY: As low pressure begins pull away on Wednesday, conditions will dry and we'll get a few more breaks of sun. Can't rule out the isolated, coastal shower as the solid ocean breeze continues. Highs remain in the 60s.
EXTENDED FORECAST: Temperatures finally bump back up into the 70s by Thursday and we continue to warm into the middle and upper 70s by the weekend. The sunshine returns and rain chances will be slim to none at least through Saturday.