JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A beautiful start to the work week but changes are just around the corner. First...Tuesday, a northeast wind "surge" will push down the coast causing a wide range in temperatures. By late in the day, temperatures will only be in the 50s closer to the coast and across Southeast Georgia to the lower 60s near the I-95 corridor to the 70s well inland.
Secondly...a storm system will develop near the Central Gulf Coast spreading rain across Jacksonville and all of Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia Wednesday and Wednesday night. This storm will produce a wintry mix just hours from the local area across Northern Alabama, Georgia and parts of the Carolina's.
The First Alert Weather Team will keep you updated on the hour-by-hour forecast as this southern storm comes together. You can track the First Alert Forecast right along with us.
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