Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
The warmth remains due to a blocking pattern in place.
The jet stream is coming in from the Pacific Ocean by Southern California, then moving north to the upper Rockies and exiting into the Atlantic around Maine. This is keeping the Western United States chilly while warm air sits over the Eastern half of the United States. An area of high pressure over our region is keeping all weather systems traveling North, around, and away from Florida.
High pressure will continue to provide for a persistent breeze out of the East creating rough conditions for beach goers and boaters, but making it feel a bit more refreshing along the coast. Temperatures will stay above average in the next 5 to 10 days... so we are not looking at cool down any time soon. As far as rain is concerned, the models are showing mainly dry conditions with only a brief sprinkle/shower along the strong ocean breeze in place.
Have a wonderful Thursday and make it a safe one!
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