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One last warm December day

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Updated: 12/23/2013 11:29 am
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Another unseasonably warm day before a cold front brings rain and cooler temperatures...

Temperatures will be above average again today.  A cold front arrives this afternoon/evening bringing scattered showers and isolated thunder.   The front will spread rain from west to east late in the day into the evening. All areas should get at least some rain with amounts averaging a quarter of an inch across Jacksonville and Northeast Florida to a half inch in Southeast Georgia.

Tuesday (Christmas Eve) will be much cooler and breezy with high temps in the 60s.  Christmas Day starts off with temps in the 30s inland. Expect inland frost on Christmas morning.

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