A cold front will be passing through overnight tonight. Cooler and dryer air will invade, clearing out our clouds and allowing for temperatures to fall into the upper 50s by Saturday morning. Our wind will be shifting out of the NW and continue to gust through Saturday.
This weekend will be Sunny, but much cooler. Highs will max out near 70 both days with lows falling into the upper 40s to low 50s Sunday morning. Our next chance for rain after today is not until next Thursday.
For boaters, seas will be 6-9 feet and choppy on the intercostal waterway. Our wind will continue out of the northwest around 15 to 29 knots. Have a great weekend!
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