This always seems to happen. It’s bitterly cold up in the home of Victoria-Weather, and we get a forecast for south Florida. It’s not fair.
At 347PM, ET, Port St. Lucie was reporting a temperature of 84 degrees with partly cloudy skies. An upper level trough over the eastern third of the country was shifting east and surface low pressure was developing off the mid-Atlantic coastline. At the sae time, the base of the trough was digging east, and a cold front was becoming more well defined as it stretched from about Jacksonville to Celarwater.
As the origination point of the low pulls to the northeast, the front will get progressively weaker. It will eventually pass through Port St. Lucie early tomorrow morning, and a disturbed region of showers will linger over far southern Florida by late Friday morning, but it will generally be a function of post frontal vigorous westerlies, rather than the front itself. Expect the sunshine to return late in the day Friday, just in time to welcome the weekend.
Tomorrow – Scattered showers with embedded thunderstorms High 72, Low 60 (non standard)
Friday – Early rain showers, High 76, Low 54
TWC: Tomorrow – T-Showers High 73, Low 59
Friday – Partly Cloudy (more showers) High 76, Low 53
AW: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy and not as warm with spotty showers High 74, Low 59
Friday – Partly sunny (early showers) High 74, low 53
NWS: Tomorrow – Showers likely, mainly before 11am. Cloudy High 72, Low 58
Friday – Partly sunny (early morning rain) High 75, Low 53
WB: Tomorrow – Cloudy. Showers likely through late afternoon…then a chance of showers late in the afternoon. High 73, Low 59
Friday – Considerable cloudiness in the morning then becoming partly sunny. (early showers) High 76, Low 53
WN: Tomorrow – Showers High 72, Low 64
Friday – Partly Cloudy High 75, Low 54
So that front will indeed move through eary tomorrow and drop the morning low by a good 10 degrees. Everyone is non standard on this except for WeatherNation, which is incapable of being non-standard. Here is the satellite, showing that the front ins question is pretty well set up across the southeast.