The aftermath of a cold front has brought sunny, dry, and cool conditions throughout the state today.
Inland areas of North Florida may get frost and light freezing tonight: Low temperatures ranging from 29 to 36 degrees.
Risk of rip currents on the Atlantic and Panhandle coastlines. Risk of wildfires on the ground as a result of low humidity and breezy conditions.
Tomorrow is the last day of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season.
A cold front went across North and Central Florida overnight and is now moving into South Florida this morning, according to the National Weather Service.
The front is bringing a few small rain showers to far South Florida and the Keys, but dry air is heading down the peninsula.
By this afternoon, the skies will be bright and the risk of rain will have passed. Light northwest winds at 5-15 mph with some stronger gusts will blow over the state today, but the rest of the day will be bright and clear.
North/northwest winds will continue to blow light to moderately strong today, creating a moderate danger of rip currents along the Atlantic and Panhandle coastlines.
The beaches in the Gulf of Mexico and in Palm Beach County are expected to be particularly hazardous. Conditions are still considered low danger throughout the West Coast.
Wave heights will range between 2 and 4 feet throughout the state.
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