Forecast update for St. Johns

Saturday will start off chilly with sunny skies, but it will warm nicely for the afternoon underneath mainly sunny skies. Temperatures at take-off will be in the upper 30s and will rise into the mid-60s by the early afternoon hours. No rain is expected and winds will be much calmer out of the north to northeast at 2-7 MPH. Even on the water, the atmosphere will be rather dry with dewpoints staying in the mid to upper 30s.

Nearly an exact duplicate forecast for Sunday... Skies will be mainly sunny throughout the fishing day and temperatures will be a tad warmer. Temperatures at take-off will be in the upper 40s and will rise into the lower 70s by the early afternoon hours. Winds will be out of the north to northeast at 3-8 MPH. The atmosphere will be a little more moist with dewpoints starting in the mid-40s and rising into the lower 50s.

Monday will even be warmer with mostly clear skies throughout the day. Moisture levels continue to rise, but no rain is expected throughout the fishing day. We'll start with temperatures in the mid-50s at take-off and rising into the upper 70s by the mid-afternoon hours. Dewpoints will rise from the mid-50s to the lower 60s. Winds will be out of the southeast at 5-10 MPH.