Visible satellite imagery over Florida shows a line of clouds marking the cold front moving through the state. This boundary is separating warm humid air to the south to cooler, much drier air to the north and will continue to move southeast through the peninsula. This will mark the first ‘fall’ air mass of the season for many locations.
Visible satellite imagery over Florida shows a cold front approaching the peninsula after having already moved through the Panhandle region. Showers and a few thunderstorms will develop over the state as the front approaches. Much drier conditions and cooler temperatures will move into Florida after the front passes through.
Visible satellite imagery over Florida reveals a relatively pleasant fall like day with scattered fair weather clouds and breezy conditions. The exception being the southeast coast as scattered showers continue to move onshore from the Atlantic.
Visible satellite imagery shows widespread cloud cover across much of the state. The only exception is extreme northern Florida and tha Panhandle where much drier air exists. Strong high pressure centered over the Mid-Atlantic states and a weak frontal boundary across central Florida has combined to produce a strong pressure gradient, breezy ENE to WSW winds and scattered showers across central and south Florida.
Visible satellite imagery shows a little surface cyclonic swirl making ‘landall’ along St Lucie County this morning. A few showers were associated with this feature. Elsewhere low clouds and fog blanket the north Florida and Panhandle.
Drier air moves in from the southeast…
Visible satellite imagery over Florida shows surface and upper level high pressure has allowed drier air to move into the peninsula from the southeast diminishing rain chances across the southern half of the state. Higher moisture continues across north Florida and Panhandle where higher rain chances will reside today.