Image: Another shot of the moon taken at 5:30am this morning
Not much to write about so this will be very brief. Would like to take a moment to thank all of you who have followed these ramblings from time to time. Feel free to contact me and let me know if there's something specific you'ld like to see in the blog...or if there's something particular about it that you like...than by all means feel free to let me know.
SYNOPISIS: Essentially what we have is a broad expanse of high pressure over the eastern Gulf building north and eastward...spreading the fair weather wealth to all of us east of the Mississippi by late Thursday. Florida in particular will be under the influence of this high for the next week...at least.
TODAY: Cool start with our low around 56-57 and a high around 73. Light west wind to start the day becomes light NNE for mid-afternoon under a clear sky. Winds under 10mph (for the next week).
TONIGHT: Not quite as cool with a low near 59 and light NE wind. Clear.
THURSDAY-NEXT WEEKEND: Nearly clear every day with temperatures right at or slightly above seasonal norms. Lows around 60 and highs approaching 80 right along the coast and low-mid 80s well inland. East wind less than 10mph becoming more southeast by Tuesday or Wednesday.
No sight of rain. Hopefully, we won't have to get in to fire forecasting!