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...Mostly Sunny Day Statewide...Pleasant but Warm Afternoon Temperatures...Elevated Rip Current Risks Exist Along Atlantic and Panhandle Coast Beaches...Slight Chance For Fog Tonight...Updated 8:20 AM EST Monday
Another fair weather day is in store for Florida with mostly sunny skies forecast statewide. High pressure continues to dominate Florida’s weather and will allow for some places to reach above average temperatures for this time of year. Expect to see highs in the upper 70s and low 80s statewide. Some coastal locations along the Panhandle Coast may stay a little cooler in the mid-70s this afternoon.
For tonight, a mild and dry forecast is in store. Expect low temperatures to dip into the low to mid 50s in North Florida, with mid to upper 50s along the Peninsula. Light winds out of the south and mostly clear skies tonight will provide a favorable environment for patchy to locally dense fog formation during the early morning hours. There is a slight chance that isolated areas of fog may form dropping visibilities during the early morning commute hours on Tuesday Statewide Florida. If you encounter fog, remember to use your low beam headlights and leave extra space between you and the car in front of you.
Due to recent rains and the light winds forecast for today the fire weather threat will remain low statewide. Make sure your home is Firewise.
At the coast winds and waves will generate a moderate risk of rip currents across Atlantic coast beaches from Nassau County through Miami-Dade County. A moderate risk of rip currents is also present along the Panhandle coast from Walton through Franklin County. Otherwise, the remaining Atlantic coast beaches will enjoy a low risk of rip currents. Dangerous rip currents, however, can still occur near piers and jetties, especially during low tide. For more information about rip current safety, click here.
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