Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
On this Monday I feel even more blessed to be living in the land of the free. As we honor and commemorate those who have served in the military the weather is overall very nice.
We have a weak area of high pressure with a strong ocean breeze in place allowing to drive in some speedy showers. However, that very same strong East breeze will elevate the threat of rip currents for beach goers and create moderate to choppy seas. I know it is not the ideal conditions to be out on the waters especially since lots of you are off from work and school.
By tomorrow, a weak cold front (currently over the middle part of the U.S.) will fade as it moves South of Lake Okeechobee. There will not be much associated with this front. In fact, we will only see some additional clouds and another area of high pressure (a strong one) build around the Southeast United States. This area of high pressure will be bringing in drier air. There will always be the possibility of seeing a spotty coastal sprinkle due to the East to Northeast (ocean type air) we will have in place. Temperatures readings will remain seasonably mild throughout the rest of the week.
Tropical Update: Three weeks are left until the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season is officially over. Right now everything is quiet.
Have a great Monday and make it a safe one!
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