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Cooler tonight

Looking west from the Jacksonville Landing near sunset with a few altocumulus clouds, 11/23/2012 (Ian Acree)
Looking west from the Jacksonville Landing near sunset with a few altocumulus clouds, 11/23/2012 (Ian Acree)
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Updated: 1/14 6:35 pm
JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- Skies have cleared and temperatures will turn cooler tonight with lows near 40 degrees by morning.  A polar cold front will move into the area late Wednesday.  Temperatures will still be relatively mild through the day with highs in the 60s.  Clouds will increase late in the day with a few showers accompanying the cold front but no significant rain.  The few showers will linger into the evening as cold air and blustery northwest winds dive into Jacksonville, Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.  Temperatures by early Thursday will dip into the low to mid 30s but the strong winds will drop wind chills into the 20s.  Thursday will then be a cold day.  Despite plenty of sun, highs will struggle to reach 50 degrees.  An inland freeze will follow for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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