Chilly, chilly, chilly begin
Daybreak broke with the thermometer studying an icy 29 levels within the Jacksonville space, in accordance with the Nationwide Climate Service.
Whereas that was not as chilly as predicted Wednesday, the forecast continues to be for a cold one Thursday with sunny skies and a excessive close to forty seven. However early morning commuters and walkers beware – the wind chill values might be as little as 14 diploma early, particularly with winds forecast to be from the west at 10 to sixteen mph.
Thursday night time, it is going to be clear and really chilly once more, with lows round 22 and a northwest wind at 7 to 9 mph. By Friday, sunny once more with a excessive close to forty two levels and wind chill values as little as 14 with a northwest wind round 7 mph, the climate service stated.
Considerations about patches of black ice on space roads nonetheless abound, as a Jacksonville Sheriff’s Workplace Group Service Officer discovered early Thursday morning.
The Sheriff’s workplace had planted the CSO on Interstate 295 Northbound on the Commonwealth Avenue exit to alert drivers to some icy patches there. The cruiser was sitting within the emergency lane with emergency lights activated to remind drivers to decelerate when one other automotive hit it from the rear. Police stated each drivers solely sustained minor accidents.
First Coast Information reported no icing points on Nassau County roads, however did point out ice was a problem pre-daybreak at U.S. 17 and Wells Street.