Jacksonville, Florida – Bubbles always “burst”, and our weather bubble will do it in a couple of days. The good news is that instead of “popping out” with a bang, we will most likely just go out.
In the meantime, let the party roll.
A little fog will appear on Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning. Thick fog is possible inland, mainly on the highway I-75.
A subtle but important change of wind occurs on Saturday.
The Cold Front in the Midwest and Northeast will weaken (significantly) and pass through Jacksonville late Friday. There will be light rains and a little cloudy. The winds, however, will move from west to northeast, allowing you to move from Carolina to Jacksonville in colder conditions.
On Saturday, the northeast wind will bring a little cooler air to the area. This cooler air will be limited mainly to the beaches of the area. The maximum afternoon on Saturday and Sunday will be above 60 on Saturday and 70 on Sunday. Temperatures in the interior will barely decrease from the record heat that awaits us on Friday. Downtown Jacksonville is likely to have a maximum above 80 ° both weekends.
So this weekend will be the warmest from 1 to 2 January.
Rain is possible, but it should be fairly random and fairly light with the greatest threat on Sunday.
By that time, after the morning mist, the sunny sky is developing rapidly. Grab your sunglasses.
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