Satellite imagery over Florida on this last day of Jan 2018 shows scattered cold air stratocumulus clouds approaching the east coast under brisk NE winds. These clouds form as cold air moves over relatively warmer ocean waters.
Satellite imagery on this Full Disk Friday shows the southern half of Florida under mainly upper level clouds associated with the jet stream. The winter storm that brought snow and ice from TX to New England can been seen over the North Atlantic.
Satellite imagery over Florida shows the next cold front moving down the peninsula. The band of clouds marking the front has been responsible for snow and ice all across the Gulf Coast and SE U.S. Some mixed frozen precipitation is possible across extreme northern Florida. Note the cold air stratocumulus clouds over the northern Gulf of Mexico, behind and below the main frontal cloud band.
Satellite imagery over Florida shows multiple lines of showers and thunderstorms approaching the peninsula. This is all ahead of a strong cold front which usher in the next round of winter over the weekend.
Satellite imagery over Florida shows southerly flow over the peninsula with an upper level low still providing for a few showers along east coastal sections. Note the cyclonic swirl off the NE Florida coast. Cold front currently over the eastern U.S. will move through Florida ushering in north winds much cooler conditions over the weekend.
Satellite imagery over Florida shows the next storm system approaching the state. While not nearly the intensity nor does it have the cold air of the previous system, considerable cloudiness and off and on scattered showers can be expected across the peninsula over the next couple of days.
GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida shows the widespread cloud cover with liquid, and frozen precipitation. Meteorological ingredients coming together to develop a low pressure system off the FL east coast which will deepen explosively as it moves northward impacting the I-95 corridor with rain, sleet, snow, and wind.