We will experience more wonderful weather this weekend with fall-like temperatures, low humidity and plenty of sunshine.
High pressure is helping block a surge of tropical moisture to our south, keeping the rain far from Central Florida. Expect lots of sunshine all weekend, with warm afternoons in the 80s and cool overnights in the upper-50s to low-60s.
We will begin Saturday on the cool side, but it will warm up quickly into the upper-70s to low-80s. Low humidity will stick around, which will make it feel quite comfortable. Winds will pick up again around 5-15 mph out of the north. The higher winds will make for rough boating conditions. The lakes will be choppy, and wave heights will be higher. The rip current risk remains moderate.
In the tropics, there is one area of interest for possible tropical development, but it poses no threat to Florida. What was Tropical Depression Nine is now a remnant low. It is poorly organized but creating heavy rain across interior sections of the Yucatan Peninsula. There is a low chance that it could redevelop now that it has moved into the western Caribbean Sea. This low will maintain a southeast track and away from Florida. All other areas in the Atlantic are quiet.
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