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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".

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Cold front Overnight To Have Near Zero Influence Temperature/Rain Wise

Frontal Boundary as noted above will enter Central zones tonight. The boundary will grow increasingly diffuse and broaden during it's passage; perhaps a few rains could fall near the coast from the Cape and North, but all in all this of no nor should be a concern tonight south of I-4
TODAY: Off and on clouds today and mild temperatures with highs held a tad at bay due to cloud coverage with highs in the low to mid 70Fs and light to near calm winds. The front will grow broader with impacts weakening as it proceeds eastward tonight. So slow will be the passage that high pressure to the west will be quickly on its heels to the north with weak onshore flow ensuing right to or nearly so after passage keeping temperatures moderate as opposed to those stiff NW winds experienced during those visits from Jack Frost.

BEYOND: Hardly is there yet another front to be seen in regard to Florida for nearly a week beyond today, and even so, that front has been shown to have not much more than potentially a one day temperature impact if even.  Wind will be NE-ENE becoming easterly with time with 24 hour temperature variations east of I-95 and especially along A1A quite minimal hovering around the 67F - 73F zone. Inland temperatures will fall more over night, and warm more during the day away from the now cooling ocean waters. Off and on clouds appear will be in the cards as opposed to absolutely clear skies, but that too could change for the improvement. No rain foreseen otherwise...although some minor cooling could occur as a result of upper level height falls, minus an actual frontal boundary.

GREATER BEYOND: Yet still, projection has been for no 'big sig' cool downs to mid December. Granted, that is much too far off to hold fast on to in confidence; but nonetheless, has been shown 4 times out of 6 to be the trend in the long range GFS model runs for several days now. 

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