JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — TODAY: Cooler, dry air is blowing into the First Coast and as a result, we'll see plenty of sunshine for the day. However, temperatures will feel much cooler compared to Friday. Highs barely reach 70 degrees and with a fresh breeze it'll feel brisk.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear skies with temperatures dropping pretty steadily through the night. Upper 60s for any evening plans. A crisp morning expected by Easter sunrise, lows at dawn in the upper 40s for most.

SUNDAY: A beautiful, fresh sunrise expected fro Easter Sunday. Lows near dawn in the upper 40s, so it's a brisk start to the day but with plenty of sun through the afternoon highs will bounce into the 70s. 

EXTENDED: High pressure gets settled in by Sunday and into the workweek expect tranquil conditions as temperatures steadily rise into the 80s by midweek. Mostly dry all week with plenty of sun, the next best chance of rain doesn't look to be by maybe Friday or Saturday.