We are still gathering damage reports, but so far we know of strong winds that blew down trees and damaged cars and porches, though at least one structure in Baker county sustained heavy wind damage and a mobile home was also damaged when a tree feel across it.
Action News Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh we'll now see clear skies and plunging temperatures.
Tuesday will be sunny and chilly with morning lows near 40 degrees and high temperatures only in the mid 50's.
The coolest morning since last winter is expected Wednesday morning with a hard freeze expected with record-setting lows in the upper 20's. The record low temperature for Wednesday is 32 degrees (2008).
Mike Buresh says it will be the first freeze at JIA since February 14th & for inland areas north and west of Jacksonville since February 28th.