Jacksonville, Fl — Today is our warmest of the week, as temperatures climb into the low 80s with a warm breeze. Action News Jax Meteorologist Garrett Bedenbaugh says it’ll be partly sunny throughout the day.
Clouds increase by tonight and rain moves in overnight. It’s going to be mild as well with low temperatures in the upper 50s.
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Saturday looks like a cloudy day overall with scattered showers and storms. Temperatures will be near average in the low 70s.
By Sunday we clear out and turn cooler. Other than an isolated morning coastal shower we should see a lot of sunshine and temperatures only rising to the low 60s.
Back to school next week looks cool. Monday’s high temperature will only be in the low 60s with partly sunny skies and only an isolated coastal shower.
Tuesday will feature scattered showers and temperatures into the upper 60s.
The National Weather Service in Jacksonville reports this winter saw the highest-ever number of days 80 degrees or warmer at 28 days. The average is 10 days. JAX also set a new February record with 17 days at 80 degrees or higher. The normal is 4 days.
Highest number of >=80F days on record set at Jacksonville, FL (JAX) this winter (DJF) at 28 days, normal is 10 days. Also set a new February record with 17 days at >=80F, normal is 4 days. The 71F low temp on 2-28 sets new warmest overnight low for winter season. #flwx #jaxwx https://t.co/Nddm8uitTr— NWS Jacksonville (@NWSJacksonville) March 17, 2023
Hazardous Boating Conditions are expected Friday & through the Weekend. Strong winds with Gale Force gust, Seas building 4-6 feet Friday then 5-8 feet Saturday. Boaters take extreme caution if operating a vessel under these conditions. https://t.co/2n5fUD93Aa #Jaxwx #Gawx pic.twitter.com/BXsHKnD3Cc— NWS Jacksonville (@NWSJacksonville) March 16, 2023