Cool Sunday night

By Rebecca Barry, Weekend meteorologist, rbarry@wjxt.com
Published On: Mar 08 2014 09:38:49 AM EST
Updated On: Mar 09 2014 06:30:52 PM EDT
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

After a sunny and warm Sunday afternoon, temperatures dip Sunday night quickly after sunset. Sunset Sunday was at 7:31pm, and temperatures fell out of the 70's through the 60s and into the 50s around midnight. Calm winds and clear skies persists overnight. As temperatures fall into the upper 40s early Monday, patches of fog are possible.

Temperatures start cool SMonday morning, ranging from 48° to 56°, with a beautiful sunrise.  Mostly clear skies make for a beautiful start and rapidly climbing temperatures. Temperatures climb into the low 70s by the noon hour, and top out even warmer. A sea breeze developing left the beaches in the low 70s for an afternoon high. Along I-95 temperatures topped out in the mid to upper 70s, along and to the West of Hwy 301 temperatures climb into the upper 70s and even a few low 80s.

Mostly sunny skies persist all afternoon with light winds out of the north between 5 and 10 mph. 

Temperatures dip into the mid to upper 40s overnight and patches of fog develop. Tuesday, clear skies and calm winds allow temperatures to quickly climb into the low 70s by lunch, and top out in the upper 70s during the afternoon.

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