JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — TODAY:  Here comes Spring fever again with rising dew points and temperatures. This could pop an isolated shower in Georgia this afternoon otherwise dry with highs back in the lower 70s with partly sunny skies.

TONIGHT: A great night to go out and then walk along the beach. Expect bright moonlight and balmy temperatures holding in the 50s to near 60 at the beach. The moon will officially be full on Sunday night with a total lunar eclipse that begins at 10:33 p.m. and peaks close to midnight. Viewing should be great! 

WEEKEND: The most powerful storm of the year moves east and we are in its warm sector Saturday as highs push near 80 degrees! A cold front moves our way Saturday night with a line of showers and even a rumble of thunder possible. The best chance of rain between midnight and 6 a.m. before the winter wind howls back in! Highs will start near 60 and fall into the 40s by late day with a west wind at 20-30 mph with higher gusts. 

MONDAY:  BRRR! An arctic blast of cold air for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Monday we can enjoy sunshine but it will be cold with lows near 30 and wind chills in upper teens to middle 20s. Highs only recover to the lower to middle 50s.