Your Latest Florida Weather Information

Hi everybody. The first real cold front of the season will be embarking on East Central Florida this weekend. Temperatures will dip into the 50’s, possibly the lower 50’s on Sunday night. This cool weather will last into next week.
 
The next 2 days will be extremly unsettled with a strong high pressure ridge banding with a low pressure center. This will bring showery weather to our area tonight. Stating tomoorrow, Rain will become heavier and more widespread as the low moves into the Gulf and merges with a well developed storm in the Plains. The  wind flow will generate a classic “overrunning” rain event that is characterized by widespread and steady rainfall. The heaviest rain will occur Friday and Friday night with the chances around 80%.
Saturday, a strong jet coming down from the Plains will help push the rain out of our area and usher in the cold front.
Sunday will be gorgeous with temps barely making 80 and lows in the 50’s. Once we get through the rain, get ready for some great fall weather!
Follow the radar action right here as the rains begin to fall. Tomorrow, I may activate the Digital Doppler loops as the system evolves. I will send a notification with the link when it is actvated.

Florida Weather Information

Expect gusty northeast winds across much of the Treasure Coast on Monday. A lake wind advisory is in effect from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., the National Weather Service says.
A strong high pressure system is building down the eastern seaboard and will create winds from between 15 and 20 m.p.h., gusting to as high as 30 m.p.h. this afternoon.

The strong winds will create rough and hazardous boating conditions on area lakes and in Intracoastal waters. This may result in high waves.

Heavy showers are also possible. We are also carefully watching Invest 98 as it slowly gets orgainized. An aircraft will be in the area today to check out the system. Models are mixed and have the system going almost anywhere.I will update all this information this afternoon.