Clear Skies Forecasted for Sunday with Cool Temperatures Ahead
According to meteorologist Amelia, a warm-up is expected in the coming week after a cold front brought some activity and cooler temperatures.
However, for Sunday, there will be about 12 hours of sunshine with temperatures struggling to reach the low 60s.
There are light showers just south of St Augustine, but high pressure is expected to clear things out within a few hours.
The next chance for rainfall will come on Tuesday due to a low-pressure system moving towards the Northeast Atlantic.
While this may form a weak Nor’easter system, most of the activity is not expected to reach the coastline.
Wind speeds, ranging from 15-20 mph, will be the biggest factor in making temperatures feel cooler.
Current temperatures are starting in the 40s, with some areas like Jax and Mayport reaching into the 50s.
Despite the cool temperatures, the second half of the morning should see some sunshine, which is expected to dry out the ground.
Dog owners are advised to wait until 10 a.m.
to take their pets outside.
Monday is forecasted to have some rain showers, primarily just south of the area, while Tuesday’s rain chances will only affect 30-40% of the region due to the weak Nor’easter.
As the week progresses, temperatures are expected to rise significantly, with the next six to ten days seeing well above average temperatures.
The futurecast predicts passing clouds and sunshine for the first half of Sunday, with clouds building in on Monday.
Overall, the weekend should end on a good note with clear skies and sunshine, although temperatures may be on the cooler side.
The forecast for the upcoming week promises a warm-up, which many will be looking forward to.