JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — TONIGHT: A cool and breezy evening in Jacksonville today. Overall though clear skies dominate our forecast. Those clear skies will allow temperatures to drop tonight though with inland lows pushing in to the mid to low 30s while upper 30s to low 40s is expected near the coast. Inland frost is possible for areas west of I-95 across South East Georgia and North of I-10. The national weather service has also issued a Frost Advisory for those areas from 3AM to 9AM.
TOMORROW: Sunrise tomorrow will be at 6:44 AM. Monday will have a very similar set up to what we are seeing today. Be prepared for breezy winds, sunny skies, and highs in the mid 60s.
NEXT WEEK: Each day of the next work week will be warmer than the last! By Friday, temperatures are expected to be in the low 80s. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny all week long and rain chances will be close to zero. If you are headed out to The Player Championship this week, it will be just about perfect golf weather. Next weekend should start off clear, sunny, and warm!
High pressure dominates this week, we often attribute high pressure to fair weather. Here is a quick explainer as to why.