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...Dry And Mild Day Across The State...Moderate Rip Current Risk Along Atlantic Coast Beaches...94L Still Has A Low Chance Of Development...

Updated 10:00 AM EDT Thursday

High pressure will build over Central Florida this weekend providing ideal weather for outdoor activities as a dry and mild airmass settles over the state. High temperatures will be in the upper 70s to a mild 80 with low relative humidity. At night, clear skies and light winds will lead to considerable spread in overnight lows from north to south as well as near the coast to over the interior. Lows will be in the mid to upper 40s in North Florida, will range from the low 50s north to low 60s south in Central Florida, and will be in the low to mid 60s in South Florida. Overnight lows will be warmer along the coast and cooler across the interior.

Ocean conditions will produce a moderate threat of dangerous rip currents at Atlantic Coast beaches today. The highest rip current risk will be this afternoon due to tidal effects. The seaward pull will be especially strong near piers and jetties. Light winds and calm waters will keep the rip current risk at low levels for the Gulf Coast beaches. Beach goers are urged to check with local beach rescue for the latest surf conditions and not to enter the surf above your knees. Always Heed the advice of ocean rescue personnel and swim within sight of a lifeguard. For more information on rip currents click here.

A broad area of low pressure over the northwestern Caribbean Sea is associated with the remnants of Tropical Depression Nine and a cold front. This system is producing disorganized showers and thunderstorms, and redevelopment, if any will be slow to occur while it meanders for the next few days. Therefore, the NHC has kept formation chances low with 10%/20% chances through the next 48 hours and 5 days respectively. For more information please click here.

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