The expected rain is now starting over the area and will be with us for the next few hours as the cold front moves through the area. We are at the highs of the day with a current temp of 73°. We may get back get back to the 70s this afternoon but the rain will cool us down for the morning.
After the rain and clouds clear this afternoon we will become breezy and cool as we head to our Monday morning low of 48°.
No significant weather hazards today, though we will watch for lightning with the strongest storms this morning. There is a Small Craft Advisory for boaters today for all area waters.
No change to our weekly temp outlook as we begin to warm up Tuesday. Next chance for cooler weather will beFriday/Saturday.
Enjoy your day!
A bit of winter is on its way for Monday but before we get there we have a nice day ahead followed by some showers on Sunday. Starting today off at 62° with some clouds heading for a high of 79°.
Overnight a cold front will approach the area and our rain chances will increase. Not expecting anything excessive with amounts around a quarter to a one-half inches. Once the front comes through tomorrow afternoon skies will clear and it will turn breezy and cooler. Coldest temps of the week will be Monday morning as we dip to just below 50°. We will warm up quickly starting Tuesday.
Forecast map for 8am shows the front and associated rain in the area.
Here are the highs and lows for the coming week.
Enjoy the day!
Our streak of warm weather continues today through New Year’s Day as high pressure sits near us brining dry condition and a southwest breeze. Today’s high will be 80° with no showers expected. The only weather related concern is a moderate risk of rip currents at the beaches.
No significant change expected with our weather patterns through the first half of the week coming up. Rain chances will increase as we go into mid-week ahead of a cold front that will bring some cooler weather for us Friday and for next weekend. Nothing extreme but will bring us more into the area of normal for this time of the year. Looking at the NWS blend of models we see that temp change coming up and lasting into the weekend.
Enjoy your day!
Merry Christmas to all of you! There is not much to say but we have a very pleasant forecast in store today. Some clouds and a refreshing northeast breeze along with a high of 77°. There are no weather hazards to even mention today. Hour by hour temp forecast for us today. No snow or rain expected today.
We will see an increase in rain chances tomorrow and a bit higher for Thursday.
Enjoy the day!
We are coming off our lows from the morning, currently 57° in Pompano as well as the rest of the airports in the area.
Yesterday we did get up to 70° and expecting to get a few degrees above that today with mostly clear skies and no rain. As mentioned yesterday we will se a gradual increase in temps over the next several days with minimal chance of rain through Wednesday. Thursday we may have a front approach the area that will bring rain back into the area. Forecasted temps over the next weeks look like this.
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day look like perfect south Florida weather with highs both days in the 70s and just a touch coolness in the evening.
With weather like this please get out and enjoy it.
After a a storm Thursday and a windy Friday our weather will be calming down today through Christmas. Currently 55° across most of the reporting sites, so have a jacket ready this morning.
Today’ s headline is the cooler weather where we will struggle to get into the upper 60s, high today will be 67°F. Latest HRRR shows a rather cool Saturday across all of Florida.
No rain today as we have much drier air over us now and will not see any measurable rain through Christmas.
This will be our coolest day for the next week as we gradually warm up over the next five to seven days.
Enjoy your day!
The cold front mentioned yesterday will progress across the state today brining a chance of severe storms this afternoon to the area. Weather hazards today are:
HIGH RISK OF RIP CURRENTS ATLANTIC BEACHES…
…ISOLATED STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS POSSIBLE TODAY…
…ISOLATED WEAK TORNADOES POSSIBLE TODAY…
Current severe threat categories for Florida
Current satellites image shows the front clearly over northern Florida
Looking at the latest HRRR you can see the cold front move through as we progress through the day.
Showers are possible anytime today but the focus and the more likely time for any of the strong to severe storms will be between 4pm and 7pm in the SE Florida area.
Rainfall amounts are not likely to be high with most areas not exceeding .15 inches around Pompano.
Will be cooler tonight but our coldest morning will be Tuesday and Wednesday so have the jacket ready. NWS highs and lows for the next week: