Florida visible satellite imagery shows similar conditions as yesterday. High pressure continues to dominate the weather pattern. Aloft cirrus can be seen spilling over the upper level N-S oriented ridge axis over Georgia and offshore GA-SC coast. At the surface, high pressure ridge axis is oriented W-E across the FL-GA border as evident by the lack of clouds. South of this axis stratocumulus clouds over the western Atlantic continue to move onshore the southern half of the east coast of Florida. The main weather issue continues to be hazardous marine conditions along the Florida east coast.