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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Persistent Onshore Flow East Coast Through Friday

For today post, please see the link below. Rather than writing out a long 'winded' discussion today. This sums it up.  Thank you accu-weather. Small craft and rip current advisories almost guaranteed. Water temperatures might be getting warmer, particularly south of Ft. Pierce, but watch the rip currents if venturing in the water through Saturday.

Only thing to add is rain/temperatures:

Warmest overnights South Central / South Florida east coast with lows in the upper 60s/low 70s. Coolest west side.

Highs in the mid 70s, some upper 70s west side, coolest NE Coast. Rain chances slim, but most likely along the east coast (particularly Thursday from the Cape to Jacksonville.

Winds will become more easterly Thursday to ESE Friday and SE-SSE Saturday. Rain chances almost nil after Friday.

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