Posted by Brent Cameron
A once powerful cold front, recently criss-crossing the country, has settled into Florida with little consequence. The weakening front is draped across central Florida where clouds have become more numerous. There's also been some random rain showers triggered by the front. Over the next day or two, the old boundary is likely to fall apart while a large ridge of high pressure builds down into Florida from the north. The end result (for us) will be more pleasant conditions with mainly dry and stable air in place... throughout the late-week. The next possible weather change involves a second cold front. The latest forecast maps show it approaching south Florida early in the weekend. It may have a little more going for it than its predecessor, so we may see a few showers... followed by some slight cooling. Stay tuned.