With the last of the reinforcing ‘fronts’ having moved through yesterday, surface and upper level high pressure have re-established themselves across and over Florida. Low Clockwise flow bringing low level NE winds and stratocumulus clouds across South Florida, otherwise clear skies, light winds, and pleasant temperatures are the rule.
Florida satellite shows a thin line of broken low clouds across the central part of the state. This lines mark marks the what is known as a ‘dry’ cold front moving through the state. The only evidence of the cold front is the on the satellite as there is no moisture and no rain associated with this front. Further analysis shows much lower dew point temperatures and an increase in winds associated with this feature.