Less wind overnight, but slightly lower temperatures will mean that wind chills will once again dip into the middle 30s in some locations north and west of I-4 and our coldest spots could see wind chill readings near freezing. Quiet, Clear and cold weather will persist through today with a slow warm-up in the outlook for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with afternoon high temperatures once again above normal by the end of the weekend. Look for mainly sunny skies for the remainder of the week, with a few extra clouds around and the slight chance for rain by the end of the weekend.
Clear skies are expected again overnight with morning lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. North winds will persist in the 10 mph range and that will result in wind chill readings in the 30s for several hours on either side of sunrise. Today will be another sunny day with a north to northwest breeze keeping weather conditions cool and dry. Look for afternoon high temperatures to only climb into the lower to middle 60s, with mostly clear skies tonight and low temperatures on Thursday morning once again dropping into the lower to middle 40s. Sunny and mild on Thursday with highs in the middle to upper 60s, and a bit warmer on Friday and Saturday with highs near 70 degrees under partly sunny skies.
Boating conditions will remain hazardous as a Small Craft Advisory will remain in place over the Atlantic Waters.
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