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"From its chamber comes the whirlwind, and cold from the scattering winds." - Job 37:9.

"The wind blows to the south and turns to the north; round and round it goes, ever returning on its course".

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Warmest Day of the Year for Extreme East Central Florida

Image: Beach Sunrise At Cocoa Beach Pier

Synopsis: A cold frontal boundary will be approaching the state during the day and into the evening. Strong high pressure will build in rapidly behind it from the NW and West on Sunday.

TODAY: In advance of the cold front winds will remain from the west all day today (and we won't get the usual cooling sea breeze in the afternoon). As a result, the temperature for the first time this year will be permitted to sky rocket right along the coast today (for a change). Inland temperatures will remain status quo in the low 90s, but locations like Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, PAFB, Satellite Beach and Indian Harbor will really feel a big difference today with the high right around 90..and maybe even a little higher. No rain.

TONIGHT: The cold front will pass through during the very early morning hours and will be accompanied only by a few clouds. The wind will quickly swing around from the WSW to NE to ENE by shortly after (if not at..) sunrise.

As a result, we will have an onshore component wind say good bye to the very warm temperatures we'll have today.

SUNDAY: Much cooler by at least 10 degrees from today (Saturday) with a high right around 77-79 degrees.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Low temperatures will not really be affected much along the immediate coast with a low near 71-73 degrees.

MONDAY: Just like Sunday. High near or just below 80 and mostly clear skies.

REST OF THE WEEK: Gradually moderating temperatures with E-ESE winds. Much cooler right along the coast than it will be inland with clear to widely scattered clouds in the sky conditions category. So what's new! TOTALLY UNEVENTFUL.

Any outside activities planned for the upcoming week should be able to go without a hitch.

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