An eclipse, cooler temperatures and a football game

Every now and then I get a little bit restless and I dream of something wild…Turn around bright eyes and check out the partial annular eclipse.

Now:  Clearing, cool and comfortable

Tonight:  Patchy to dense fog.  Mild overnight lows.

Saturday:  Last of the 80s for a while!  Patchy to areas of dense fog early then clearing.  Morning lows in the 60s.  Afternoon highs in the lower 80s, including the beaches.  Wind NW 10-15 mph.  Clear skies and chilly temperatures overnight.

Tailgate: Cool and sunny with a steady breeze. Pack the sandbags, NW wind 10-15 mph under sunny skies. Lows in the 50s to low 60s. Highs in the 70s!

It looks great for the Annular Eclipse viewing, just don’t stare at it with unprotected bright eyes:  For more information and time:  https://www.news4jax.com/weather/2023/10/10/when-to-see-the-partial-annual-eclipse-over-jacksonville/

When to see the partial annular eclipse over Jacksonville

This Saturday, October 14, it will be possible to see a partial annular solar eclipse over north Flordia and Southern Georgia.

Hazards:  Tidal flooding through the weekend.

Looking ahead:  Cooler and sunny Sunday with less than seasonal temperatures under sunny skies through much of next week.

Sunrise:  7:28 am

Sunset:  6:58 pm

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