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Posted: Fri Oct 21 19:14:20 2016

...Cooling Off...

A cool front will move southward through Central Florida this evening and during the overnight. It will bring cooler temperatures and a taste of fall to the area. Little to no precipitation is expected ahead of the front while winds will become northwest behind the front to usher in the cooler and drier conditions. Overnight low temperatures will find the mid to upper 50s in many places, except for the immediate Space and Treasure Coasts where it will be in the lower 60s. Pleasant conditions overall.


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Posted: Fri Oct 21 14:53:30 2016

...First Strong Cold Front of The Season On The Way...

A cold front situated over north Florida will continue to move down the Peninsula this evening and through east central Florida tonight. Limited moisture along and ahead of the boundary will keep rain chances out of the forecast with only scattered clouds passing overhead.

Temperatures in the 80s this afternoon will drop into the 70s before sunset and into the 60s by midnight. A steady northwest breeze and lowering humidity will make for a pleasant evening.


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Posted: Fri Oct 21 09:25:20 2016

...Skies Clearing This Morning For A Warm Afternoon...

Low clouds over parts of the area, generally from Brevard and Osceola counties and points to the north, will continue to burn off through 11:00 am. Skies will become mostly sunny and allow temperatures to warm into the mid 80s across most areas. Due to offshore flow, highs will be warmer along the coast than in recent days, topping out between 85 and 87 degrees.

Seas up to 7 feet offshore will keep boating conditions hazardous over the Atlantic waters where a Small Craft Advisory for seas remains in effect. A moderate risk for dangerous rip currents exists along the beaches of east central Florida.


Posted by Meteorologist - wau