JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Record heat will now give way to the cold front.
On Wednesday cooler air will filter in all day. Some of us will actually be cooler during the afternoon vs. sunrise.
Afternoon temps will range from the 70's for St. Johns and Putnam to only the 50's north of the Okefenokee.
A developing storm will head northeast of us Thursday. This will put an end to the rain as the day goes on as well as open up the gates to cold winds. That we will all feel Thursday night and Friday.
Weekend looks sunny on Saturday but a frosty start is possible inland. Sunday looks partly cloudy with an isolated coastal shower possible. Highs recover back to near 70.
TROPICS: There is now a low chance of development.