JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - It's one of those rare Florida mornings where you can see your breath. Temperatures dropped below the freezing mark Sunday night into Monday morning making it the coldest we've seen here in Jacksonville so far this mild winter.
If you weren't lucky enough to get Monday off for Presidents' Day you'll likely be waking up to a cold car seat and foggy windshield, so it may be a good idea to fire up the car a few minutes before you leave so you can focus less on shivering and more on driving for the first few minutes of your commute. WOKV meteorologist and Accuweather's John Greshak says this is the coldest we will see it get this week before temperatures return to about where we've seen them the past few weeks.
"We'll warm up to probably the lower 60's today, we might get to 70 or so tomorrow and a little bit cooler the day after that but nothing compared to this."
Greshak says we might expect a little rain Tuesday afternoon into the evening but nothing huge. You can see the full forecast and WOKV's interactive radar by clicking on the links on the left side of the page.