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More Usual October Weather Comin' Following Our First Two Shots
By: weatherbro , 7:19 PM GMT on October 13, 2008
After today subsidence from high pressure currently anchored on the eastern seaboard will build southward. A barely identifiable trough is draped just north of Lake Okeechobee. With dewpoints in the 60's north and dewpoints in the sultry 70's south of the boundary(what's left of it).
That high will come to our neck of the woods tomorrow and with breezy conditions, dry air will mix to the surface Tuesday through Friday. So expect another taste of Fall(mid-80's/mid-60's with dewpoints around the 50's).
Whatever pleasant weather we experience will be dwarfed in comparison to what's coming this weekend! A deep long-wave trough will set up for the east. Supplying cool shots of air in it's disposal for the rest of October! With breezy 70's for the day and crispy 50's for overnight lows. The first punch will arrive sometime between Saturday-Monday(18-20).
Today looks to be the last day for rain(so far) as these fronts are expected to be moisture starved. No long-term RFW are expected this week(might be borderline if 35% is the line). But after second bona fide frontal passage, expect a steady offshore flow to transfer much drier air down the peninsula. Making for long durations of critically low relative humidity. But since Florida is slightly saturated at best and in a mild drought for worst, I doubt forest fires will be an issue. So get out there and enjoy!
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