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Posted: Thu Jan 18 11:11:06 2018

...Sunny and Cold Today...


As of 10 AM, temperatures had warmed into the mid to upper 30s along and north of the I-4 Corridor and into the low to mid 40s across the Treasure Coast. North to northwest winds between 10 and 15 mph were producing wind chills in the mid 20s to mid 30s.

Temperatures will continue to rise slowly through early afternoon under sunny skies with high temperatures remaining in the 50s areawide. However, brisk northwest winds will make conditions feel even cooler.

Over the coastal waters, strong winds and large seas will produce very hazardous boating conditions. A moderate threat for rip currents will exist along the beaches today.

Posted by Meteorologist - mwb


Posted: Thu Jan 18 10:38:50 2018

...Temperatures warming above freezing, still quite cold today...


As of 9 AM, temperatures had warmed above freezing across much of east central Florida, with areas along and north of the I-4 Corridor remaining just below freezing. Northwest winds between 10 and 15 mph were producing wind chills in the low to mid 20s.

Temperatures will continue to rise slowly through late morning, though northwesterly winds will prevent rapid warming despite full sunshine. By midday, readings will be in the mid 50s along and north of the I-4 Corridor, and in the low to mid 60s over the Treasure Coast and Lake Okeechobee region.

Over the coastal waters, strong winds and large seas will produce very hazardous boating conditions. A moderate threat for rip currents will exist along the beaches today.

Posted by Meteorologist - mwb


Posted: Thu Jan 18 09:24:14 2018

...Temperatures warming above freezing, still quite cold today...


As of 8 AM, temperatures remained below freezing across much of east central Florida, with northwest winds between 10 and 15 mph producing wind chills in the upper teens to mid 20s. Only coastal locations along the Treasure Coast and south Brevard County escaped freezing temperatures this morning.

Temperatures will continue to rise slowly through late morning, though north to northwest winds will prevent any rapid warming despite full sunshine. By late morning, readings will be in the low to mid 40s along and north of the I-4 Corridor, and in the mid to upper 40s to the south. A few spots along the immediate Treasure Coast may reach the 50 degree mark.

Some of the colder temperatures reached this morning include:

24F at Pierson 25F at Sanford and Deland 26F at Lisbon 27F at Orlando International 28F at Daytona Beach, Titusville, and Okeechobee 29F at WFO Melbourne 30F at Ft. Pierce Agriculture Research Center 32F at Vero Beach Airport

Over the coastal waters, strong winds and large seas will produce very hazardous boating conditions. A moderate threat for rip currents will exist along the beaches today.

Posted by Meteorologist - mwb