JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- An ocean storm more than 100 miles east of Jacksonville is drawing chilly air southward along with plenty of clouds and gusty north to northeast winds. The onshore flow is continuing minor beach erosion that began last week along with rough seas and surf and a high rip current risk. The storm will slowly move to the east allowing for improving weather for Jacksonville, Northeast Florida, Southeast Georgia and the beaches. After lows tonight in the 40s and 50s, highs Tuesday will reach the mid 60s to low 70s as morning clouds gradually give way to some afternoon sun. No major storms this week locally and across much of the U.S. which will allow for good travel weather for Thanksgiving.