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Monday, April 26, 2010

Storm Start to End on Sunny Note

 Violent sky a YeeHaw Junction, FL
A low pressure trough has passed Central Florida and is now across South Florida.
The rain associated with it has pushed south and clearing skies will soon be on the horizon
as much drier air filters into the region.  The tornado watch has long since been lifted for our area.
TODAY: Kaboom! We were in a Tornado Watch earlier but that has since been lifted as the storms weakened and moved south.  The highlight for today will be the wind. Expect winds by noon time to be WSW at 20 gusting to 32mph as the sky clears.  Full clearing should occur by 1-2pm...but expect that some lower level cumulus clouds will form above the still moisture laden lowest levels as soon as the sun comes out. We could reach 85 degrees today if the sun comes out soon enough...otherwise the high will be in the low 80s.
TONIGHT: Clear with continued elevated winds of 10 gusting to 18 mph from the WSW. Low of 70 along the coast and slightly cooler by a few degrees well inland in wind protected areas.
TUESDAY: A few cumulus clouds but generally sunny and continued breezy. Winds WSW at 12 gusting to 24 mph.  High of 86 degrees along the coast.
TUESDAY NIGHT/WEDNESDAY MORNING: A dry cold front will go through over night. Expect a morning low under clear skies of 65 degrees with waning winds out of the north at 10-15 mph by sunrise. 
WEDNESDAY: Winds veering and weakening during the day as high pressure moves overhead. Maybe a few high cirrus patches but generally sunny and very pleasant with a high near 77degrees.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT/THURSDAY: Another day in the mid- 60s to start the day with light East winds by noon and a high of 76 near the coast but closer to 80 away from the ocean waters. Sunny.
FRIDAY: We introduce a chance of rain/thunderstorms by mid-late afternoon and warmer. More to come as the time draws nigh.

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