JACKSONVILLE -- Superstorm Sandy, although far away from the First Coast, has been responsible for bringing chilly winds to our area since the weekend.
Times, however, they are changing. The leftover circulation of "Sandy" continues to weaken and move north. Our breezes will be milder. It will still be cool at night and in the early morning but seasonably cool.
The weather looks nice and warm for the Jaguars game on Sunday. Temperatures will rise to the upper 70s. Don't forget to turn those clocks back Saturday night before you go to sleep.
Election Day weather will be just fine, too. It will be slightly cooler on Tuesday, though, with the high temperature around 70 degrees.