The breeze stays up tonight as clouds fill in. Just a few isolated quick passing showers expected with temps in the low 70s.
Tropical Storm Eta moves across the Florida Keys late tonight and into the eastern Gulf tomorrow.
Our winds will increase with gusts up to 40 mph along the coastline where a wind advisory. It is in effect for all of NE FL counties along with a high surf advisory.
It will be wetter Monday with increasing showers as tropical moisture moves in with the potential for some locally heavy rainfall around the coastal areas.
We keep rain around Tuesday and possibly into Veterans Day as rounds of showers pass quickly in the moist flow.
Winds will decrease Tuesday and Wednesday as high pressure moves to the east and guides Tropical storm Eta through the Keys and into the Gulf where it wanders next week off the west Florida coast.
Forecast models predict a slow motion northward through Thursday but they have also struggled predicting this system’s track more than any other this hurricane season.
The NHC currently has it tracking across NE Florida into the Atlantic Friday and Saturday but this could change significantly at this point.
If this track plays out, the wettest day would be Thursday evening and Friday morning with 1-2 inches of rain. Winds look to stay below 30 with gusts near 40 around the river and coastline.
November’s unusual above average temperatures in the 80s will continue through the week.