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Local Weather: Rain and some thunder arrive Sunday night - Monday morning.

We're kicking off the weekend on a cold note, Jacksonville! Temperatures and rain chances will increase by Sunday.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla — SUNDAY: Our next best chance of rain will arrive into the evening hours on Sunday, so don't expect a washout and there will still be plenty of time to enjoy the end of your weekend outside if you wish to do so. Rain builds from the west overnight with the heaviest moving into the Jacksonville area after 10 p.m. Generally during the day, skies will be mostly cloudy with lows closer to the 50-degree mark and highs warming through the 70s.

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MONDAY: The roadways start off wet for a new work week! The heaviest of the rain pushes out of town by dawn Monday. A few thunderstorms will be possible mostly over South East Georgia.  However, with a weak front dissipating over the area, we'll still expect a few lingering showers and storms through the day.

Credit: WTLV

Next Week:  over Monday night through Wednesday, the pattern turns mostly dry with a few passing clouds from time to time. Temperatures will trend above normal through next week.  The next significant round of rainfall for the First Coast will not arrive until Friday of next week. 

Credit: WTLV

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Here's something to make you smile all weekend long - and you might even learn a new tune, too! Two and a half year old August sings "What's the Weather" and what Meteorologist Lauren Rautenkranz is now deeming as her "walk up song" before weathercasts. Thanks for sharing your grandson with us, Robyn!

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