Another record challenging warm day before cooler changes

Jacksonville, FL — For the second straight it'll be unseasonably warm. Action News Jax Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh says fog is not nearly as widespread as it was yesterday morning.

“We hit 81 yesterday, falling about three degrees short of the record high. Today I’m forecasting 82. The record is 82 degrees set back in 1961”, said Buresh.

We'll be on the edge of a strong cold front that'll change things by tomorrow morning, so you may want to plan for a damp ride to work.  Temperatures will only be in the 60’s.

On Thursday temps stay in the 60’s, then slowly rise to the low 70’s to end the week.

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