First Alert Forecast: April 10, 2020

Skies will continue to clear this evening as temperatures fall. Overnight lows will drop to the 40s well inland and 50s from the St. Johns River to the beaches.

Saturday will be a beautiful day with highs in the mid to upper 70s. Some spots well inland will touch or surpass 80 degrees as high pressure controls our weather.

Easter Sunday will start off dry with temperatures in the 60s. A warm front will lift to the north of Jacksonville allowing high temperatures to reach the upper 80s to near 90 degrees. The sea breeze front will initiate and move inland. A few afternoon showers and storms will ignite on that sea breeze as it moves inland.

A severe weather outbreak will be ongoing well to our west on Sunday. However, that same system will approach our GA counties overnight Sunday and into Monday morning.

A few strong to severe thunderstorms are possible as the squall line moves into our area. That squall line will eventually cross the Fla./Ga. border Monday morning or early afternoon.

We will iron out the timing over the weekend. Please be sure to be “weather aware” over the weekend and check in with the First Alert Weather Team for the latest forecast.

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