JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — THIS EVENING: A beautiful finish to a workweek filled with record heat. However, no warmth our evening across the First Coast, the blustery breeze has it feeling like winter should. The northeast breeze slowly backs off tonight, setting up a nice day on Saturday. Temperatures this evening fall through the 50s.

SATURDAY: Briefly warm into the 70s after a fresh morning, lows bottoming in the 50s with clouds around sunrise. A nice breeze takes us through the afternoon, expect plenty of sun as clouds thickening back up by the evening. That's where we could spark one or two evening showers out towards the west.

SUNDAY: The winter front arrives! With it comes an early round of showers, near sunrise. Clouds and showers stick around through late morning with slow clearing on the back half of the day. Highs near 70 before plummeting overnight into the 30s.

MONDAY: Martin Luther King Jr Day looks great for the parade downtown at 10 a.m. with sunshine. But layer up! It'll feel cold with highs in the middle to upper 50s and lows in the middle to upper 30s. 

NEXT WEEK: No changes on inland freezes both Tuesday and Wednesday next week. Highs in the 50s to start and will not warm into the 60s until Thursday.  

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