FIRST FALL FRONT BRINGS SLIGHTLY COOLER AIR FOR THE START OF THE WORKWEEK
Tuesday morning wake up temperatures in the lower 70s near the coast to some mid to upper 60s inland west of the Turnpike.
Tuesday features partly cloudy skies, a lighter breeze and highs back into the mid 80s.
Beach/Boating: Small Craft Advisory/High Rip Current risk. Wind: ENE 5-15 knots. Seas 3-6 feet. Rough and choppy.
The front will stay stalled near or south of the Keys through midweek, and then move slowly back north as a warm front from mid to late week as a low pressure storm system develops in the northeast Gulf of Mexico. This low will move across north Florida Friday/Saturday dragging another cool front through.
Along with these weather systems moving through, increasing moisture will boost our rain and storm chances (30-50% Fri-Sat)
Tropics: No development expected for at least the next 5 days.
Today's Record Temperatures