Warm now but not for long

Warm now but not for long

The temperatures are up today but don’t get much used to the 70’s.

Some inland locations may reach close to 80 before a weak front moves in early tomorrow morning.

While most of us remain dry, isolated rain can mainly affect areas south of Jacksonville between Gainesville to St. Augustine this afternoon and then overnight. A cold front will pass through variable winds during the night to the north and slowly remove clouds. The clouds probably won’t break in time to see an overnight lunar eclipse after 2 a.m.

Overnight lows will be 1960s lows across northeastern Florida by Friday morning.

Friday morning, a front passes in Jacksonville with northeast winds of 15 to 20 mph with gusts of 35 near the coast. Skies are clear with cooler highs in the lower 70s.

Temperatures are cool in the upper 60s in southern Georgia with lower 70s in Jacksonville.

The weekend saw scattered showers in St. John’s and Flagler counties only. Wild breezes, which range from 15 to 20 miles per hour, can cause the water levels in the Atlantic Ocean to rise 1-1.5 feet with some slight fears of flooding.

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