|New Year's Day Morning in Cocoa Beach, Florida|
|Pre-Sunrise Cloud cover in the mid-levels mainly north of the black line will sink south today as conditions to induce the same will work in from the west with increasing 'over-running'|
MONDAY: System exits east and much drier air enters the picture. This is, again, a newly evolving depiction that is much improved from previous model runs. So dry, we might see clear skies and 'crisp' like air - with highs in the lower 60Fs if not upper 50Fs I-4 and north. With breezy northerly wind.
|Some Florida Winter Mornings are Colorful|
TUESDAY: Wind swings around to northeast and as anyone who has been along the East coast of Florida for very long knows, onshore flow means moderating air mass (warmer air and moisture) in the late fall through early spring months. Chance of low stratocumulus decks nearer the coast and maybe a very light sprinkle on the wind shield .
Breezy, breezy ...winds gusting perhaps over 25 mph but still a bit cool with temperatures in the mid-upper 60Fs (depending on cloud cover).
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY: Warm up ensues as wind becomes east then more southeast into Thursday with highs in the mid-upper 70Fs . GFS shows chances of rain Thursday (mainly overnight) with the system exiting followed by warm westerly winds on an even warmer Friday.
Suspect the Thursday/Friday forecast will shift around quite a bit though as that time approaches. Regardless, that system does not appear to have much in the temperature impact category if any. Severe 'potential' could possibly be in the cards for this system as well - mainly Central and North - but that too is extremely sketchy and suspect that potential will diminish in future forecasts.