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Posted: Tue Sep 26 14:05:08 2017

...High Risk for Rip Currents Again Today...


Swells from distant Hurricane Maria will create a high risk for rip currents. Surf will also be rough at times. The threat for deadly rip currents will be highest after 4:30 PM due to tidal effects.

Northwest winds aloft will push dry, stable air across Central Florida this afternoon, keeping rain chances out of the forecast area. Skies will be mostly sunny, allowing temperatures to warm into the low to mid 90s. Northeasterly winds will prevail between 5 and 10 mph.

Posted by Meteorologist - mwb


Posted: Tue Sep 26 05:07:43 2017

...High Risk for Rip Currents Again Today...


Swells from distant Hurricane Maria will create a high risk for rip currents. Surf will also be rough at times. The threat for deadly rip currents will be highest around low tide through 9 AM this morning and from 5:30 PM through nightfall.

Drier air will keep rain chances out of the forecast for most areas today, save for a few showers over Okeechobee County and the Treasure Coast. Ample sunshine will warm temperatures into the low 90s away from the coast, with temperatures closer to 90 at area beaches.

Posted by Meteorologist - wau


Posted: Mon Sep 25 19:36:41 2017

...Warm, Mild Overnight with a Few Showers South...


Warm and mild overnight with lows generally in the low 70s. A few showers will be possible southward and over the adjacent Atlantic where moisture is a bit deeper. Winds becoming light to calm over land.

A Small Craft Advisory for Seas remains in effect overnight across the local coastal waters.

Posted by Meteorologist - tes