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Posted: Mon Nov 20 22:46:56 2017

...Gradual Moistening from South to North Overnight with Low Precip Chances South...


Skies will become mostly cloudy through the night as the atmosphere slowly moistens from the south towards the north. Light showery precipitation will be possible across the Treasure Coast and Okeechobee County late in the night towards sunrise, early Tuesday morning.

Overnight lows will remain mild and in the 60s, almost areawide. Winds will remain light easterly over the interior and around 10 mph along the immediate Space and Treasure coasts.

Winds and seas remain elevated over the coastal waters south of Sebastian Inlet and offshore south of the Volusia-Brevard County line. A Small Craft Advisory continues there. Elsewhere, boaters should exercise caution.

Posted by Meteorologist - wau


Posted: Mon Nov 20 15:43:35 2017

...Passing Clouds This Evening But No Rain Expected...


Partly cloudy skies will continue into the evening as the atmosphere remains too dry to support rain showers. A pleasant evening is in store as temperatures drop from the low to mid 70s into the 60s after sunset.

Winds and seas remain elevated over the coastal waters of Brevard County and the Treasure Coast, and a Small Craft Advisory continues there. Elsewhere, boaters should exercise caution.

Posted by Meteorologist - wau


Posted: Mon Nov 20 07:19:49 2017

...Dry and Breezy at Times Today with Highs in the Low to Mid 70s...


It will be dry today behind the cold front that is now south of the area. High pressure extending across the southeast U.S. will lead to a fast developing, breezy onshore flow today. After a cool to chilly start to the morning, temperatures will rise into the low to mid 70s across the area this afternoon with skies becoming partly sunny.

A moderate to fresh onshore breeze will produce poor to hazardous boating conditions over the waters today, with a Small Craft Advisory in effect for much of the adjacent Atlantic. Across the nearshore waters of Volusia County, small craft should exercise caution. Also, a moderate risk of rip currents will exist along the beaches of east central Florida.

Posted by Meteorologist - dkw