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Posted: Mon May 29 06:40:34 2017

...Another Hot Day with a Moderate Risk for Rip Currents...


A breeze out of the northwest this morning will turn onshore in a sea breeze near the coast by afternoon. Patchy low clouds early this morning will dissipate as daytime heating and mixing commences later this morning. Under mostly sunny skies, temperatures will warm near 90 at the beaches and mid 90s interior and it will feel more humid. These temperatures are above normal but they should be short of any record highs.

Life threatening rip currents are possible in the surf zone today. The threat will be highest after 2 PM due to tidal effects. Always swim within sight of a lifeguard.

Posted by Meteorologist - dsk


Posted: Sun May 28 21:28:13 2017

...Mostly Clear Skies With Local Smoke...


Localized smoke will reduce visibility on roadways in proximity to existing and smoldering wildfires. Motorists should be prepared for possible sudden changes in visibility and reduce speed as needed while using low beam headlights.

Temperatures will fall into the Upper 60s to Lower 70s overnight. Expect light to calm winds.

Posted by Meteorologist - jcp


Posted: Sun May 28 06:32:22 2017

...Moderate Risk for Rip Currents Today...


High pressure ridge across south Florida will produce a light west wind which will delay onset of the east coast sea breeze a bit. This will produce warmer temperatures at the coast reaching the lower 90s, possibly the mid 90s in a few locations. Widespread mid 90s are expected once again over the interior under mostly sunny skies.

Life threatening rip currents are possible in the surf zone today. The threat will be highest after 1 PM due to tidal effects. Always swim within sight of a life guard.

Posted by Meteorologist - dsk