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Local Weather: A big warmup on the First Coast through late week.

Warming temperatures with a chance of rain Saturday in the forecast.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla — TONIGHT: The persistent flow off the Atlantic will help to usher in clouds through tonight and even squeeze out an isolated shower for areas along and east of I-95 in northeast Florida. The majority of us will remain dry, however.

WEDNESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY: The coastal trough moves northward and showers remain mainly offshore. There may be a stray, spotty shower brushing coastal areas of southeast Georgia. The rest of us will see brighter, sunnier skies. The bigger story here at home will be the warming temperatures! We'll heat up quickly with breezes flowing from the south. Lows boost into the 50s while highs boost into the lower and middle 80s. By Friday, we start off in the upper 50s and warm into the upper 80s!

Credit: WTLV

SATURDAY: A decaying front will march into the area bringing a chance of showers on Saturday. Although this should remain isolated with a majority of the area seeing a warm south wind with increasing clouds. Rainfall should only last a short time for those areas that do see rainfall. 

Credit: WTLV


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