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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".

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Happy Giving Thanks Day, Pleasantly Cool Continues

Although not exactly correct as of this typing, we can see how by in large the cooler temperatures are filtering toward the west side of the state toward SW Florida this morning. This is a very typical cool to cold weather pattern in drainage flow like scenarios. This will again repeat going into early next week
HAPPY THANKSGIVING: Cool today through Saturday with highs potentially in the lower 70Fs, but even so, those readings will be for only a relatively brief period with the predominant range in the mid to upper 60Fs with northerly winds, most breezy during thermal mixing hours of 1 - 4pm along open areas, especially near water ways. Otherwise, skies clear to scattered stratocumulus crumbs.

FRIDAY- SATURDAY: Very little change with over night lows warmest along A1A from the Cape and South toward the Keys.  A front is in the making to pass through on Saturday afternoon, and rain chances look best in association with that boundary across Central and South Central Florida, mainly south of I-4 and north of Lake Okeechobee. Warmer on Tuesday prior to frontal passage, but that will be it for many days to come before another front again approaches repeating the same cycle we are currently endowed with.

Ocean temperatures are cooling more and more, thanks possibly due to repeated low pressure systems forming well to the east of the state and drawing NNE flow on their west sides with counterclockwise circulations around them along the U.S. East coast southward...evoking the cooler waters to work as far south as Volusia County especially. This could put a crimp in our style for folks in North Brevard northward near the coast especially later into the winter and early spring in regard to afternoon high temperatures when north to northeast winds are present as waters take longer to warm in responding to ambient outside air temperatures.

  COCOA BEACH ART FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND: Cool with a northerly type breeze, mostly sunny and highs in the upper 60Fs to near 72F.

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