Powerful fall cold front moves through SWFL
Our powerful Fall cold front will slide south, out of the area overnight and into early Friday morning. As drier air moves into the region, our rain chances decrease for Friday and into the upcoming weekend.
Expect a windy and stormy evening across our southern viewing area with pop-up showers overnight. Gradual improvements can be expected into tomorrow. However, strong onshore winds will remain across the area through Saturday, keeping gulf wave heights elevated into Saturday.
Expect a windy and stormy evening across our southern viewing area with pop-up showers overnight. Gradual improvements can be expected into tomorrow.
Thankfully, cooler temperatures will arrive after the front. Expect highs to only reach the 80s and 70s on Saturday and Sunday with significantly less humidity.
There is only one disturbance in the Atlantic at the moment. It now has a low chance of becoming a tropical depression or tropical storm within the next five days. This system will continue its path into the Mid-Atlantic and pose no threat to the United States.