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Drier, unseasonably cool!

A beautiful Sunday sunset along Clapboard Creek, Jacksonville, FL (David Lewis Taylor, Jr.)
A beautiful Sunday sunset along Clapboard Creek, Jacksonville, FL (David Lewis Taylor, Jr.)
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Updated: 5/13/2013 11:04 am
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Drier, cooler air is seeping south across North Florida. Daytime highs will be below average (which is 85 degrees at JAX). In fact, we will not reach 80 degrees around much of Jacksonville.

North to northwest winds will usher in the unseasonably cool air. Winds today will peak at 10-20 mph...with some gusts above 25 mph.

After the sun sets tonight and the winds ease, temperatures will fall rapidly.

The First Alert Weather Team is forecasting mid 40s inland! We'll see low to mid 50s by Tuesday morning at the beaches and along the St. Johns River. These numbers will challenge record lows across the First Coast.

*Side note: May 13th is the earliest date in the year that the temperature reached 100 degrees or higher in Jacksonville. It happened in 1967.



 
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