Stormy weather and dangerous sea conditions

Stormy weather and dangerous sea conditions

Stormy weather and dangerous sea conditions

The days are not good days to head to the beach at all. That’s why we have a storm warning in effect for our coastal communities. We are looking at winds of 30 to 40 mph, but gusting to 45 at times. The sea is up to 17 feet, and it’s a little closer to shore. 12 feet is the reason we’re seeing such severe weather along our coast, is because we have a very strong area of ​​low pressure off to our east, even though it’s moving away. We have this area of ​​high pressure accumulating from the west. The combination of the two creates a very high pressure gradient, and thus very strong winds across Central Florida, especially along the coast right now. Here’s a look at wind speeds coming from the north, ranging from 15 to 25 mph. But we saw strong winds in Melbourne earlier this year, as Eric was flying over coastal Brevard County and talking about the high wind conditions there. We’ve recently seen wind gusts up to 28 in Orlando, 28 in Sanford, and we’re looking at wind gusts of 39 miles per hour there at Daytona Beach. Check out our satellite visual. We are experiencing bright sunshine everywhere except our coastal areas. This is because on the back side of this low, we are seeing a significant amount of cloud cover, especially across coastal Volusia County. And so is Brevard County. First warning radar, though, the rain is staying offshore, so we’re not tracking any rain at the moment. Temperatures now with northerly winds are on the cool side. 59 now. Daytona Beach 57 Now, Palm Coast. We are currently at a nice and comfortable 65 in Orlando except for the high winds. These strong winds are here to stay throughout the evening and into the night hours. We’re talking about a cold start tomorrow morning starting mostly in the upper 40s to low 50s in metro Orlando up north. Some of us can dip into the lower 40s, and even the upper 30s there. Marion County Tomorrow afternoon, high temperatures will return to the mid to upper 60s along the coast. We will continue to see these high wind conditions, but not as strong as the winds we are seeing today. We’ll see the sun rise tomorrow as the low pressure in that area moves away, and we’ll start to see the winds slow down a bit. Then on Thursday we will have plenty of sunshine and high pressure upon us which will keep us dry as we look forward to a very enjoyable end to the work week. Now regarding the surfing this week, look at how hard it is. We’re talking 12 feet today, 11 feet tomorrow, and through Thursday. There are still some tough surf conditions, seven foot smashes. But you can see that the swelling is starting to subside as we head into next weekend. That’s when we’ll see some improvement in conditions there along the shoreline. Communities researching the dangerous marine conditions we track. In the next two days, rip currents threaten life. It is on the high side, and is not expected to hit the water at all. Not recommended. We may also see some coastal flooding in low-lying areas today and tomorrow, and some coastal beach erosion is also likely. Unfortunately, conditions are very difficult for our Atlantic coast. Here’s a look ahead at our expanded weather forecast. Weather-wise, it looks really nice over the weekend. Look at this warming up to the 80s. We then track the next cold front early in the NEX

Stormy weather and dangerous sea conditions

The weather is windy today

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