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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, March 5, 2013

Stellar Day In Store, Then Cool through Friday

Current Cold Front Position (Blue) and high pressure area moving east of the state today . The cold front will be located ("yellow") in general around sunrise Wednesday morning 

TODAY: Warmer today with a SW wind ahead of the next cold front. Already?! Highs in the low-mid 70Fs and mainly clear skies.

TONIGHT/WEDNESDAY: Front to progress east and south into Central Florida well after midnight and be located across Central toward sunrise, progressing southward to Miami by noon. Some clouds and possibly some sprinkles mainly before sunrise, followed by falling temperatures and an increasing WNW wind behind the front. Temperatures might rise into the lowers 60Fs south of I-4 as winds increase in the 15-22mph range early - mid afternoon after the early morning fall in temperatures. Once again, very dry conditions will prevail.

THURSDAY: Another very cool start to the day similar to this morning if not cooler, but with a WNW-NW wind it will feel much cooler to cold. Highs again in the lower to mid 60Fs (warmer far South Florida and cooler north).

FRIDAY: Slow warming trend as winds slowly shift N-NNE as wind slowly decreases.

SATURDAY-SUNDAY: Very pleasant with warmest sunrise temperatures along and east of A1A from Canaveral and South through the Keys. Warmest afternoons inland though as the afternoon sea-breeze will cause the beaches to feel rather cool, especially after these recent cold spells likely having cooled the ocean temperatures (and thus the sea breeze) all the more. Inland temperatures in the lower 70Fs but the beaches immediate might have a tough go at even 70F north of Ft. Pierce.

MONDAY-TUESDAY: It will take a full week for the next front to approach, and expect Monday and Tuesday will both be much warmer with highs in the mid-upper 70Fs with a few lower 80Fs South. From here on out the guidance gets indecisive about the frontal passage sometimes around late next Tuesday. All in all, it has shown that even behind that front temperatures will not be all that bad, with a rather quick warm up shortly thereafter. If so, that means it could be quite some time we see cold weather again after this Thursday (no including the morning lows inland and west side of the state going into the weekend.)

Shortly After Sunrise This Morning

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