Jacksonville, FL - Milder air is returning after a cold Wednesday in NE Florida. But the next weather story may have big impacts on the Friday rush to work. Action News Jax Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh says we’ll see thickening clouds today with scattered showers developing. Expect a few rumbles of thunder at times late in the afternoon and evening.
Mike says the best opportunity for rain is 6pm today - 6am on Friday, and there will be times of heavy rain. Highs will be in the upper 60’s to near 70 degrees, so up to 10 degrees warmer than Wednesday.
Showers will linger through the early morning hours Friday, and we’ll be cloudy, damp and breezy to end the week.
The weekend will start off with showers closer to the coast and breezy onshore winds. Showers will gradually end through the afternoon. Sunday will be dry with highs in the lower 60’s.
I have been repeating 'leave early Friday morning' for a few days. @MikeFirstAlert Podcast tracks rain to end the week, start weekend: https://t.co/4ITZlfhkqf#firstalertwx @WOKVNews @ActionNewsJax @ActionTraffic@wxgarrett @CSimmaWX @StaceyGarvilla @RossFirstAlert pic.twitter.com/6CAgCbRz9G— Rich Jones (@RichJonesJax) November 14, 2019