Good Wednesday morning everyone!
It's a quiet start over NWFL with clear skies overhead. We had the partial lunar eclipse this morning before it set around 6:30am in the western sky.
Temps started out below freezing inland and in the 30s even on the coast this morning! Abundant sunshine today under high pressure will go a bit further in helping us warm up today. And so will winds shifting to the southeast in the afternoon.
Highs today will reach up to around 60 degrees, but much of the afternoon will be spent in the seasonally chilly 50s. So we'll likely still need to dress warmly.
Winds will remain out of the south for the next couple days now and that will produce a nice rebound in highs tomorrow, reaching the upper 60s. However, it will also cause an increase in our cloud cover as more moisture is pushed in from the Gulf and that will try to feed an approaching front moving in Thursday night into Friday morning.
There's only a slight chance we'll catch a light shower during that frontal passage. Temperatures behind the front will only drop down a few degrees to a more seasonal feel Friday, and on down to near 60 in the afternoon for Saturday.
For today, abundant sunshine and blue skies with highs near 60°. Your VIPIR 7 Day Forecast will feature a brief warm up to seasonally mild upper 60s tomorrow with clouds on the increase to finish off the work week.