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Local Weather: Showers Linger into Monday Morning with warming temps by afternoon.

Morning rain showers will give way to warmer temperatures by Monday afternoon, and above average temperatures remain in place all week.
Credit: WTLV

JACKSONVILLE, Fla — MONDAY: The roadways start off wet Monday morning. 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 will still see mostly cloudy skies with a few drops possible later in the day. 

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Temperatures will warm up as the First Coast remains in the warm sector of the front pushing over Georgia. This means we could be warming up to near-record-breaking high temperatures. The record for Monday is 85 set in 2013. 

Tuesday through Thursday, the pattern turns mostly dry with mostly cloudy conditions. Despite the overall dry weather, some pockets of light rain or even drizzle can't be ruled out mid-week. 

Temperatures will trend above normal through next week.  

FRIDAY: The next significant round of rainfall for the First Coast will not arrive until Friday of next week as another front approaches our area from the west. Much like the last front, this will bring beneficial rainfall to the first with a chance of thunderstorms mixed in as well.  

Credit: WTLV

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