High wind and storm warning for South Florida

High wind and storm warning for South Florida

High wind threat and isolated chance of rain across South Florida

1240 We are now looking at the Central Florida Electronic Center in Port St. Lucie, where we are seeing a little more sunshine than we saw yesterday. This helps us stay a little warm. We started out cold and windy this morning. Temperatures are mid to low 50’s but slowly, our temperatures are now rising. It is still colder than actual temperatures due to these gusty winds coming from the northwest. Throughout the night again, it will be cold with those gusty winds, and there is a chance of rain throughout the night tonight. But then it gets warmer and warmer, then hot and then cold again. We will address that in your forecast. Let me show you what’s happening with the winds coming from the northwest now. Slowly, these winds will slowly shift to the northeast over the next day or so. Wind makes things about 2 to 3 degrees cooler than the actual temperature. So Sebastian at 65 feels more like 63 degrees 65 in Okeechobee, 66. Palm City feels like 6365. At Jupiter Farms down here from West Palm Beach up to Palm Beach Gardens, all the way to Delray Highland Beach in Boca, it’s in the mid-60s, But take a couple of notches from that, and that’s how it feels, which helps you decide maybe if you need a jacket or not. As you head out today, there are a few showers out there and even some thunderstorms here wrapping around the back of this low pressure that’s directly to our east so far, none of those showers have made it to the coast. However, there is a higher chance of them starting to move ashore overnight tonight. As we look at the future track, you’ll see what we call moisture wrapped around the back of this low starting at the edge along the coast as we get into the overnight hours. It’s midnight tonight and you can see some of that rain moving onto the beach. Much of the rain then stays offshore for the rest of the day. Wednesday could see showers early Thursday morning, but high pressure remains steady for the rest of the week. The next best chance for rain will begin Monday of next week, just before the next cold front, which arrives Monday night and cools us down again a week from today. We have a storm warning in effect with tropical storm force winds for our coastal waters just offshore. Water temperature 73 degrees. There is a high risk of rip currents and we expect high tide to come in at 4:45pm this afternoon. today. Cold and windy with a chance of coastal showers, but mainly tonight when we have the greatest chance of showers. Temperatures in the 50s. But remember, you are feeling colder than the actual temperature with those gusty winds coming from the northwest. Then high temperatures tomorrow will reach the low 70s and we’re looking at the mid 70s likely Thursday, Friday and Saturday, here’s Sunday when we jump into the low 80s with a 20% chance of rain and possible thunderstorms next on Monday, with Near record highs before our next meeting

High wind threat and isolated chance of rain across South Florida

WPBF 25 First Warning meteorologists declared Tuesday a day of severe weather due to winds that will be in excess of 35 mph throughout the day. INTERACTIVE RADAR: South Florida weather coverage from WPBF 25 NewsWind warnings are in effect for coastal areas of South Florida through Wednesday. Small boat warnings, storm warnings, and high surf warnings are also in effect for the coasts. Sandra Shaw said: “Highs will reach the mid-60s with varyingly cloudy skies. The winds will calm down tomorrow, and it will dry out with more sun.” There is also a chance of scattered showers. TOP HEADLINES Get the latest weather updates with the WPBF 25 News app. You can download it from here.

WPBF 25 First Warning meteorologists declared Tuesday an impact weather day due to winds that will be in excess of 35 mph throughout the day.

Interactive radar: South Florida weather coverage from WPBF 25 News

Wind warnings are in effect for coastal areas of South Florida through Wednesday.

Small boat warnings, storm warnings, and high surf warnings are also in effect for the coasts.

Sandra Shaw said: “Highs will reach the mid-60s with varyingly cloudy skies. The winds will calm down tomorrow, and it will dry out with more sun.”

There is also a chance of scattered showers.

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Get the latest weather updates with the WPBF 25 News app. You can download it here.

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