JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville International Airport broke the *daily* record high temperature for March 28 AND all-time *monthly* record high temperature for March with an observed high of 93F on Saturday afternoon. The previous *monthly* record high temperature of 91F was last set this past Wednesday, March 25.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear skies will take us into the overnight hours. It'll feel like late spring with temperatures once again cooling into the lower and middle 60s. However, the soggy low-level flow from the Gulf of Mexico will help to develop another round of dense fog across the Suwannee Valley and I-75 corridor of northeast Florida. The dense fog will spread northward into southeast Georgia through sunrise.

SUNDAY: A strong ridge of high pressure will continue to dominate our weather pattern through the end of the weekend. What does this mean? More sunshine and record high temperatures! The "cool" spots will be along the coast with temperatures in the lower to middle 80s through much of the afternoon. But the refreshing sea breeze stops there! Inland areas will see temperatures soaring back into the lower and middle 90s.

NEXT WEEK: A week front tries to break down high pressure Sunday night but won't do so. We remain warm and dry to start the week with upper 80s and afternoon sun. Morning lows will remain in the 60s. There is second front that will change things up though. Later Tuesday into Wednesday we'll add some showers and a few thunderstorms into the forecast to end the month. Highs behind the front drop into the 70s by the end of the week.

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