First Alert Weather: Calming Down

The cold front has pushed the storms off the state.  We still have some breezy conditions around the west coast but those are already beginning to die down.

Skies will begin to clear and cooler weather will move in behind the front.  High pressure to our north will bring down the cooler air so that it feels more like February than April.  This only lasts one day with our highs climbing into the high 60's tomorrow.  You will need your sweaters or jackets to deal with the overnight lows dropping into the mid to upper 50's Monday and Tuesday nights.  Then we warm right back up into the mid 70's on Tuesday.  The rest of the week is getting back to warm, dry conditions.  

Boaters will have to deal with Small Craft Advisories until 4 pm on Monday. Rip Currents will also be strong along Florida's West coast.  

Wendy Ross