Normally when one hears such words in these parts the first thought is "Oh,, the waves are flat. No good surfing"...but in this case it means "no 'good' weather". We will have weather today...the kind that's mostly dry with occasional bouts of clouds and comfortable temperatures. A moderate ENE-NE wind might develop by mid-afternoon making the coast feel a tad cooler.
The models are all in very close agreement with each other, including the fact that they are putting the edge of rain right on Cape Canaveral; however, I believe that area depicted will manifest itself as dense low to mid level clouds off and on throughout the day mainly right along the coastal communities. All models also depict an inverted trough axis extending from just off Miami and off shore up the coast. It almost looks like this would actually be a manifestation of the Gulf Stream more than anything else.
In either case, the effect is the same. This pattern will hold tight for a good 2 days so until things change there may actually be very little worth writing about. Temperatures will be around normal with no extremes. Just typical early fall stuff out there...demanding that folks have something else to talk about besides the weather. Guess that means I'll be keeping my mouth shut for awhile.