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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

On The Cool Side, Becoming a Bit Cooler By Sunday

What appears might be a 700mb trough swinging through Central Florida today will reinforce the conditions that are already in place. Namely, breezy N - NNW winds. Note it is mostly clear across much of the state
TODAY: Rather cool and breezy, especially near waterways with highs in the upper 60Fs to lower 70Fs, some mid 70Fs possible mainly South 1/2

THANKSGIVING: Very similar to today, with perhaps some clouds near the coast but otherwise quite pleasant.

BEYOND: Not many changes foreseen in quite sometime as another boundary presses down the state around Saturday into Sunday. Cool mornings in the upper 40Fs with that passage toward SW Florida with the warmest spots in the state from Canaveral south to the Keys right along A1A and then toward US1 from Broward County and South.

NEXT CHANCE OF RAIN?: Perhaps middle of NEXT Week, but even if so, only a small chance. Only the time frame around next Tuesday appears to show any true warming, to last only about a day before another front comes through. Otherwise, before that time coastal over night lows will remain warmest near the beaches as winds become more easterly to ESE come around Tuesday or so.

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