The title of this morning's post sums it up. It won't be as cool as it was this morning (Cape Canaveral got down to 72 degrees) Friday morning...and we never broke the 70 degree mark as suspected. Just to the west (across the rivers) they did..but not along A1A here. The remainder of today and into the weekend will be characterized by a slight warming trend and dry weather.
Originally it was thought that yet another cold front would enter our region very late Friday which would affect the central portions of the state through Saturday, but things have changed. It now appears the parent low pressure system now near NW Missouri will loiter to the north and move into the Great Lakes while the appending cold front will elongate NE to SW and never make it here, very typical for this time of year. So the cool mornings will soon be a faded memory for what now appears a solid week, with little to no chance of rain.
A slight onshore wind regime along the east coast will moderate morning low and afternoon high temperatures, but inland areas will not receive (or really notice) this. They will be cooler in the mornings and warmer in the afternoons. In fact, along the east coast there will only be about a 10 degree temperature difference between early morning to mid afternoon temperatures by tomorrow and continuing into next week.
So all in all, it looks like a nice weekend for an air show, a boat show, or a day at the beach or the attractions.