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Posted: Mon Nov 12 19:33:07 2018

...Warm and Humid Overnight...


Humid southeast winds have developed on the backside of a warm front currently located over north Florida. Any chance for precipitation overnight will remain limited to the Atlantic waters and adjacent Treasure Coast beaches where a shower or two may brush the coast. Otherwise, partly cloudy skies will prevail with warm overnight lows around 70 degrees expected, which is about 10 degrees above normal for this time of year.

Posted by Meteorologist - mwb


Posted: Mon Nov 12 16:52:12 2018

...Chance of Showers/Thunderstorms Through Sunset...


There will be a chance for showers and a slight chance for thunderstorms across central Florida through late afternoon, but these will be decreasing through sunset. Most areas will remain dry, but areas that do receive rain will see between 0.10" and 0.25". Conditions will remain quite warm and humid as southeasterly winds prevail around 10 mph with occasional gusts to 20 mph. Readings will hold in the upper 70s to lower 80s.

There will be a HIGH rip current threat along area beaches this afternoon. Beach goers are urged to swim only at guarded beaches. Over the open Atlantic, a Small Craft Advisory remains in effect for the offshore Atlantic waters for east to southeast winds around 20 knots and seas 6 to 7 feet. Small Craft should exercise Caution near the coast.

Posted by Meteorologist - mwb


Posted: Mon Nov 12 12:17:32 2018

...Scattered Showers, Breezy, and Very Warm...

...Near Record Highs Possible...


A stationary frontal boundary over south Florida will lift north as a warm front this afternoon. Temperatures will be quite warm as winds shift to a more southerly direction, with highs reaching the mid to upper 80s. The combination of temperature and humidity will produce peak heat indices between 90 and 95.

Scattered showers over the Atlantic will move onshore at 20 to 25 mph. These showers will produce brief periods of moderate to heavy rain, with local amounts up to a half inch possible. A few of these showers will carry wind gusts around 25 mph.

There will be a HIGH rip current threat along area beaches this afternoon. Beach goers are urged to swim only at guarded beaches. Over the open Atlantic, a Small Craft Advisory remains in effect for the offshore Atlantic waters for east to southeast winds around 20 knots and seas 6 to 7 feet. Small Craft should exercise Caution near the coast.

Posted by Meteorologist - mwb