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Moisture surge next week may delay end of rainy season, forecasters say

It looks like an open-window-weather-weekend for Palm Beach and most of South Florida after the season’s second cold front rolled through on Wednesday night. Mild, dry conditions have already arrived, but Friday morning may even be a bit cooler, with still lower humidity, said forecaster David Ross at the National Weather Service in Miami. 480 more words

Cold Fronts

Gonzalo slams islands; Florida cold front expected Thursday

Forecast track for Hurricane Gonzalo. (Credit: NOAA/ NHC)

PM UPDATE: Gonzalo became the season’s sixth hurricane and forecasters at the National Hurricane Center said it would become the second major hurricane on Wednesday as it moves northwest. 608 more words

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Stretch of cool, dry weather on the way next weekend, forecasters say

Forecast track for Tropical Storm Gonzalo. (Credit: NOAA/ NHC)

PM UPDATE: Tropical Storm Gonzalo formed in the Atlantic east of the Leeward Islands, and forecasters at the National Hurricane Center predicted the system would strike eastern Puerto Rico as a hurricane on Tuesday morning. 396 more words

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Windy weather to whip up more risk of rip currents, forecasters say

Gusty winds are on the way to wrap up the week, keeping the risk of rip currents at area beaches, forecasters at the National Weather Service in Miami said. 567 more words

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Cold front drops temperature to 64, coolest since May 5

The National Weather Service temperature map looked more like late November this morning, with some locations in Northwest Florida sinking into the 40s, and South Florida into the 50s. 430 more words

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After shot of cool air, can sweater weather be far behind?

Sunday forecast lows in South Florida. (Credit: NWS-Miami)

Post-cold front lows near 70 in Palm Beach may feel refreshing thanks to lower humidity, but sweater weather it is not. 469 more words

Tropical Storms And Hurricanes

7 Quick Stormy Pics Friday

There is a saying here in Texas, if you don’t like the weather just wait 10 minutes and it will change.  

This saying holds true for pretty much the whole year.   641 more words