The highlight for this week is that there is nothing to write about. A 'non-event' cold front will pass through Brevard County early this evening between 6-8pm and clear the state by sunrise Tuesday. As alluded to yesterday, very little weather associated with this front. An increase in clouds and maybe some unmeasurable amount of rain in a few spotty locations...and even that is stretching it.
Otherwise, the weather pattern will continue status quo. Very generally speaking, other than a high around 67 near Canaveral today...the rest of the week can be characterized with: lows right around 40 along the A1A corridor and lowering to the mid 30s as one works inland and toward the Big Lake. Afternoon highs in the low to the lower mid 50s Tuesday-Thursday...warming to the upper 50s by late week and perhaps the very low 60s by the weekend. As usual, the further south one goes the warmer it will be...but not by much. All in all, everyone will experience temperatures below what one would normally expect to see in Central and South Florida this time of year.
High pressure will dominate the entire Gulf of Mexico beginning Wednesday through the weekend...with minor fluctuations during the period. This will result in winds going from NW to occasionally straight westerly. But no strong winds, no prolonged freezing temperatures (if any south of Daytona), no rain. Surely there'll be some mid or high level clouds to work into the equation with time...but in essence...very benign and cold mornings and very cool to eventually just cool afternoons sums it up through next weekend.