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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".

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Much Cooler Through Sunday - Cloudier Later

Before the Weekend ~ Friday Morning
TODAY: Long heralded cold front finally cleared and in came the cooler air on brisk northwest winds after midnight. Though it is mostly sunny in many locations mid-morning, there appears a fairly good chacne increasing high clouds will aid in keeping temperatures down along with the cold air advective process already in place with highs limited to the lower-mid 60Fs many areas but warmer to the south end of the state.

Satellite animation shows increasing high cirrus clouds approaching from the SW toward Noon time
(South Florida already under denser cloud cover) 

TONIGHT/SUNDAY: Clouds should be exiting out all areas prior to midnight tonight and Sunday looks much more pleasant with somewhat 'quieter wind' more from the North to North North east. The latest GFS shows a little bit of a 'cool wedge' working south along the Northern Coast into the Cape toward Cocoa Beach, making it cooler tomorrow in that area near the coast than today. Will be interesting to see how that plays out but suspect it might be over-doing it south of the Cape where ocean nearshore water temperatures have been running in the lower 70Fs for quite a while which we should be albe to expect at least that much out of the day in that location. Otherwise, sunny.

MONDAY-TUESDAY: Chance of some increasing high clouds once again with very cool mornings as wind shifts to a more westerly component. Several areas of high pressure are forecast to rotate from the gulf and across Florida at the mid-levels in the next week which will keep fronts out of the picture other than a backdoor front to go by very early Tuesday with another later in the period. This will have little affect locally except on the wind direction and to aid in keeping down the temperatures just a bit but very close to 'normal' regardless in lieu of the much above normal we've been experiencing for over the past 12 days. Mornings will continue to be very cool with mid-upper 50Fs abundant to lower 60Fs some areas especially very near the beaches. Light winds though and pleasant afternoons.

WEDNESDAY-BEYOND: So far several very warm days are shown with almost no chance of rain.


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