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LOCAL: Below average temperatures dominate through Mid-Week.

An inland frost will give way to plenty of Sunshine Saturday followed by an increase in cloud cover Sunday.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla — SATURDAY NIGHT: Sunset will be at 5:25 PM and overnight lows will drop into the low 40s.Skies will stay clear and dry all night. If you have any outdoor plans, all you will need is a jacket. 

SUNDAY: It will be a partly sunny start to the day with temperatures in the lower 40s. Clouds will increase on Sunday afternoon as another cold front passes through the First Coast. With the additional cloud cover, a few stray drops of rain will be possible but nothing widespread. It will still be comfortable as far as temperatures go with highs expected to be in the low to mid-60s. 

If you are headed out to the Jags game skies will be partly sunny and temps will be in the mid-60s. A stray shower can't be ruled as well. 

NEXT WEEK: The cooler and mostly dry pattern will continue on into the week ahead! We will start the month of December on Wednesday in the low 70s with light winds. Temperatures will continue to rise as we move towards the end of the week. Highs by Friday will be in the mid-70s and that will carry over into the weekend as well.

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TROPICS: There are no tropical threats to the First Coast and there are no new areas of development expected in the next 3 days. 

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