Chilly Holiday weekend

Published On: Jan 18 2014 10:09:04 AM EST
Updated On: Jan 19 2014 06:31:33 PM EST
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

Sunday's chilly start warmed into the low 60's before a mid day round of rain pushed through. Rain chances increased after 10:00 am and remained at 30% through 2:00 pm. Rapid clearing occurred after the showers pushed through.  Only trace amounts of rain were recorded in Jacksonville. 

Sunday afternoon was all about sunny skies and temperatures maxing out at 65°.  Sunday night holds another chilly evening, as temperatures dip down into the mid 30's by early Monday morning.

The Martin Luther King Jr Day parade will start out chilly- but warm nicely by noon. Temperatures eventually reach the low 60's Monday, under sunny skies. Expect no chances for showers Monday and light Westerly winds around 5 mph. 

Temperatures are the mildest they are all week long Monday night into Tuesday morning, expect another cool down Wednesday with a few freezes. 

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