JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- -Another taste of winter with sunrise temperatures near 40 degrees, most locations inland dipping into the 30s. Patchy frost west of highway 301 likely to develop through 8am.
The chilly start does give way to a classic, late November day with plenty of sunshine and high temperatures bouncing back near 70.
An ocean breeze sets up as we head into Sunday, so 1.) waking up it won't be as cold and 2.) we'll see some coastal clouds build in. A few isolated showers along the beach may be possible through the day as well. Highs into the low 70s.
There will be another push of dry air into the workweek, so aside from a few clouds Monday, expect a stretch of some nice weather into Thanksgiving. Lows in the 50s with highs in the 70s.
Thanksgiving may be a transition day into next weekend where things may become a bit unsettled. Rain chances increase with some energy from the Gulf heading our way.
TROPICS: No news is good news. Hurricane season ends November 30th.