Cooler air seeps in, will stick and stay into the weekend

Tuesday was our 10th, 80+ degree day in November in Jacksonville, which is nearly the record of 11 (set in 1948). A cold front moving through the area will allow cooler air to seep in throughout the day. We’re likely to have more cloud cover.

Action News Jax Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh says temperatures fall from a high of near 70 to the mid-40s overnight. We stay cooler than average on Thursday and Friday, and even into early next week.

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Winds will be out of the northwest, dewpoints will be lower, and overcast skies will keep us cool.

An early weather preview of Thanksgiving week looks unsettled, with the possibility of rain and storms at times.

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