|Filtered sunlight today with a chance of increasing high clouds toward late afternoon into the evening. As a result. warmer this evening the previous evenings especially near the coast.|
TUESDAY: Cold front will enter North Central by early afternoon with a weak prefrontal trough over and near Central Florida by mid-late morning. Cloudy with light showers and maybe some rumbles of thunder along the Gulf Coast near Cedar Key pressing toward Tampa by late morning to early afternoon. Rain showers or denser overcast most of Central most of the day with a SSW-SW wind. Some pockets of heavier rain are possible but they should be brief if at all due to fairly fast motion of rain producing clouds.
WEDNESDAY: Front will have cleared Florida as high pressure builds east ward across the northern Gulf. This puts Florida in northerly flow. There is a chance of High Clouds also on Wednesday Central and South, with highs in the upper 60Fs to lower 70Fs, but considerably drier in the lower levels. Temperatures make a more notable fall Wednesday night.
THURSDAY: Much cooler with inland lows through the 40Fs and maybe some upper 30F far northern Lake County and north with upper 40Fs to lower 50Fs along the east coast from the Cape and South. Cooler Thursday afternoon with highs in the lower-mid 60Fs with clearing skies and North winds through Friday when it will be a bit warmer in the afternoon but remain cool to cold overnight, mainly inland and toward the West Coast.
SATURDAY: The high pressure will be sprawled out and flattened across Florida and slowly drop south in response to another front passing north of Florida. This front will eventually cross Florida early next week as a back door front relatively unnoticed. Highs in the mid 70Fs, sunny, and very light wind, working into Sunday and Monday. Mornings remain very cool but with a west wind as the high pressure sinks south afternoon highs will be well into the 70Fs even at the beaches.
BEYOND: High pressure will build in again from the NNW behind the aforementioned 'backdoor front' and possibly turn the wind onshore (from the NNE-NE going into the middle of next week; therefore a bit cooler especially near the coast. Remaining dry for quite some time to come, at least another week to 10 days with temperatures around normal averaged across that time frame.
|CAPE CANAVERAL SUNRISE LAST WEEK. All of 'that' above was well underwater after the latest recent exceptional High Tides the past two to three days.|