Breezy and Warm Leading to a Football Weekend

Blustery and warm under passing clouds.  Dawg and Gator football flags are flapping in the warm breeze and at times shaking off raindrops from passing showers.  The chance of, mainly coastal county, showers will continue overnight.  Tidal flooding is possible as the breezy onshore flow continues through Friday.  Temperatures will remain a little warmer than our seasonal averages through the weekend.

Now:  Warm, a mix of clouds and sun.

Tonight: Pt. cloudy to cloudy at times with showers possible.

Thursday:  Breezy and warm under partly cloudy to cloudy skies.  Wake up temperatures in the upper 60s to low 70s.  Afternoon highs in the upper 70s to low 80s.  Wind NE 10-15 with gusts to 25 mph, especially coastal counties.  Scattered showers possible, 20 percent.

Hazards:  Tidal flooding will be possible this week.  High Risk of Rip Currents.

Looking ahead:  Breezy and warm with wind driven showers along our coastal counties, Clay and Putnam too.  Less wind this weekend, but the warm temperatures remain.

Sunrise:  7:36 am

Sunset:  6:45 pm

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