JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- A fast-changing weather pattern over the next couple days as a strong cold front moves across Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia Thursday night. Ahead of the front, Thursday will be a breezy, very mild day with highs near 80 degrees, close to records for the date. Isolated late day showers will give way to a solid line of heavy rain and isolated thunderstorms Thursday evening that will produce some heavy rain and possible wind gusts of 40+ mph. Skies will quickly clear by Friday and temperatures will plummet with highs only in the 50s. Strong northwest winds will make it feel much colder, and an inland freeze is likely early Saturday.