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Some changes coming this weekend

We are starting out under clear skies with a lower risk of fog this morning and temperatures are throughout the 60s. As we get closer to the afternoon, we will see partly sunny skies develop
overhead; the mercury will be climbing into the 80s while our dew points hover in the middle 60s. Today will be breezy with winds of 5-15 mph with some wing gusts starting out from the southeast shifting to the southwest later today. Our skies will be clear this evening while temperature cool to the middle 60s; our chance of fog, including marine fog, does look greater for Thursday morning.

Following any morning fog, our skies will become partly, to even mostly, cloudy Thursday afternoon with a chance of a few isolated showers popping up across our Inland area east of I-75. Afternoon temperatures will return to the 80s while dew points remain in the middle 60s.

An approaching cold front will stall over Florida on Friday and continue to meander over the peninsula for the next several days. This will keep our skies partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of rain over the weekend and into the work week. Because this front is forecast to migrate north and south over the peninsula, our skies will vary between partly and mostly cloudy skies as well as where we will find the rain each day.

Wednesday's Boating Forecast-

Winds: SE-S 10 kts
Seas & Rivers: 1-2 ft
Inland Waters: light chop
Water Temperature: 68*

High Tide: 1:00 PM
Low Tide: 6:15 AM

Sunrise: 6:49 AM
Sunset: 6:31 PM

FOX 4 Meteorologist Jamie Kagol

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