JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The word of the day on Wednesday: "Condensation". That's according to Meteorologist Tom Johnston. Cooler air generated a widespread mist/drizzle Wednesday morning. Temperatures dipped to 60 degrees!
Winds are whipping as well. Coastal conditions have deteriorated with the strong onshore winds. Surf of 3-5 feet has generated a small craft advisory. Winds and surf are even higher offshore. There's a high
risk of rip currents as well.
As the cold front continues to move south, we'll see gradual improvement in our skies. Partial clearing is expected later today, but more consistently drier air is expected Thursday, Friday, and over the weekend.
It'll stay breezy, especially along our immediate coastline. And temperatures over the next few mornings will dip into the 50s across parts of the Jacksonville Metro Area!Download the new First Alert iPad app