JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — REST OF FRIDAY: Temperatures will drop fairly quickly through the 60s after the sun sets. A calm, quiet night expected. Temperatures by dawn Sunday should be near 50 degrees.
SUNDAY: Another beautiful day, a few clouds work in as highs reach the upper 70s.
MONDAY: Even warmer by Monday as highs will likely top out near 80 degrees. A few isolated showers and thunderstorms may develop later in the night.
EXTENDED: Some showers and isolated thunderstorms may work into the region early Tuesday as a cold front slowly drops in. Behind the front strong northeast winds blow in. A solid nor'easter will likely intensify by Wednesday, windy, extra clouds, rough surf & seas, coastal showers.