Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
On this Tuesday it is back to work and school... Seasonal weather is underway! We have a weak area of high pressure in place with a cold front losing steam over Northern Florida. There is not much left to this front... In fact, just a faint band of clouds is associated with it. The front should fade around Lake Okeechobee late in the day and another area of high pressure will be building in from the North around the Southeast United States. As the week goes by it will be mostly dry with seasonably mild temperatures.
Improving conditions out on the water is already being experienced as beach goers and boaters are probably thinking of enjoying some fun in the sun. The breeze has calmed down from East between 5-10mph. Also, anytime we have ocean type air in place and whether it is light or not, we tend to see spotty sprinkles and the threat of rip currents. Overall, the rest of the week is looking great.
By the weekend, most of the computer models are showing that a stronger cold front will be moving through. On Saturday there will be a better chance of showers ahead of the front. Once the front passes, skies will clear, the wind will shift out of the cool air direction and temperatures will drop in the lower 60s along the coast to upper 50s inland.
Have a great Tuesday South Florida and make it a safe one!
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