JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- October is typically the month when the First Coast starts to experience cold fronts. This year is no exception, as another cold front is on the way.
After low temperatures in the mid 60s on Monday morning, look for 50s in Jacksonville over the course of the next three mornings. We'll also see drier air through midweek.
The moisture starts to build around Friday. The reason for that is...yet another cold front. We typically see at least a spotty shower or thunderstorm along a cold front. That'll be the case this evening as well as Friday evening.
This series of fronts is associated with a broad trough in the Eastern U.S. This dip in the jet stream will protect us from "Rafael", which will stay out to see.