Starting the day off with very pleasant, calm, 63° this morning with only a couple off shire showers.
No weather concerns this weekend as we are under the influence of high pressure which will yield mostly dry conditions with only a few clouds along with a high of 81°. That means no rip current threat, lightning, or overall severe weather.
This is great weather if you want to partake in some of the area festivals such as the Renaissance Festival in Deerfield or the Italian Festival here in Pompano. This is a great time to be outdoors, not too hot/cold along with the nice dew points.
Looking ahead to the work week we will continue with our 80s temperature trend with a slight bump in rain chances mid-week.
Looking into the far, extended temperature trends (with a grain of salt) the GEFS does not show any signs of winter temps for us going into the first few days of March and keeps us around 80° for the rest of the month.
Get out and enjoy the day!
A bit warmer this morning compared to yesterday with a temp of 72°. In the past 24 hours Pompano Beach had 1.62 inches of rain. Other current temps and 24 hour rainfall are below.
Rain has affected all areas out there this morning with more to come, current radar and water vapor satellite showing the area of activity in blue.
As we go,through today a cold front will approach and move through the area with plenty of shower activity ahead of it. So again today we will see planets of shower activity with a chance of strong to severe thunderstorms this afternoon. Focus for the stronger storms will be south of south of middle Palm Beach county and areas south. This is shown in the latest SPC outlook placing us in a Marginal risk of severe weather.
Timing of the strongest storms will be between 4pm and 11pm. Looking at the latest HRRR predictive radar activity does ramp up later in the day.
Main threats will be strong, gusty winds, brief heavy rainfall, and possible isolated waterspouts/tornadoes. Stay weather aware today.
High today will be 74° and cooling down into Monday, next 36 hours look like this.
Next front will be mid-week and should be mostly dry and uneventful. Next seven days do not show any real extremes.
I will post updates on Twitter as needed, enjoy your day!
Good Morning on a wet, cool Saturday morning. Starting out at 57° with rain in most areas and looking at the radar we do not see an end to it in the next few hours.
Latest HRRR simulated radar shows this sticking around through the day.
This is due to a front that will move north over us very slowly and this rain will linger into Sunday with a bit of an increase in severe weather chances Sunday for the extreme southern tip of the peninsula which will monitored. For today, not expecting anything severe or flooding concerns today.
Total rainfall for the weekend is in the two to four inches area. Of course this will impact any outdoor activities such as beach clean up, cookie sales, South Florida Fair, or the Chili Cook-off.
We will also not warm up much this weekend with a high of 71° both today and tomorrow. Beyond Monday we will begin to get above 70° as we dry out.
Enjoy the weekend and make the most of it – even with the rain. Follow the Twitter account for updates on rainfall totals and any change in trends.
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!