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Mild sunshine breaks up frosty nights

"I forgot to cover my roses", said Dawn Hamilton in Hastings. A frost advisory was in effect until 7 AM. (Dawn Hamilton)
"I forgot to cover my roses", said Dawn Hamilton in Hastings. A frost advisory was in effect until 7 AM. (Dawn Hamilton)
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Updated: 1/17 10:53 am
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Subfreezing temperatures have become all too common during the month of January. We "bottomed out" at 30 degrees at Jacksonville International Airport Friday morning.

The third of three fronts (this week) is on its way for the overnight hours into Saturday morning. In the meantime, it'll be a fine Friday finish.
High temperatures will reach the sixties in all areas Friday afternoon.

The front late Friday night will feature a few sprinkles. Outside of that, First Alert Meteorologist Tom Johnston is forecasting dry weather through the weekend.

The reinforcing shot of cold air will drop temperatures back into the 30s on Saturday morning. It'll stay "blustery" for Saturday with highs in the 50s. 

Another freeze or frost event is highly possible Saturday night/Sunday morning prior to warmer temperatures to the finish the weekend.
Sunday's high temp will be a pleasant 65 degrees!

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