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...Sunny Skies Across Florida Today...Cooler Temperatures Stick Around...Patchy Frost possible in Northwest Florida Overnight...Increased Fire Weather Threat...Updated 7:45 AM EDT Wednesday
High pressure over Florida will create another beautiful day across the state. Expect sunny skies with high temperatures climbing into the mid 60s in North Florida, low 70s in Central Florida, and mid 70s in South Florida.
Overnight clear skies and light winds will create another night for patchy frost formation and a light freeze across Northwest Florida. Low temperatures tonight are forecast in the mid 30s along the Western Panhandle in areas away from the coast and upper 30s to near 40 degrees elsewhere in North Florida. For Central Florida upper 40s are forecast overnight and upper 50s to low 60s across South Florida. During the winter season, Floridian's are urged to use the “5P’s” of cold weather safety. They are: Protecting People, Protecting Plants, Protecting Pets, Protecting Pipes and Practicing Fire Safety.
Drying soils and high relative humidity values will increase the fire weather threat to high levels in Central and Southwest Florida and to moderate levels elsewhere across the state.
Light winds across the state today will generate a low risk of rip currents at all Florida beaches. For more information about rip current safety, click here.
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