Breezy, slight cooldown for Central Florida; coastal flooding, high risk for rip currents through the weekend

9 Facts: Rip Currents

ORLANDO, Fla. — Temperatures in Central Florida stayed in the upper 80s in many areas Friday. It’s been a breezy day, and the breezy will stay with us through much of the weekend.

There is a possibility of a few showers moving through the area in the evening.

The cold front is not a strong front, we forecast a slight decrease in temperatures just in time for the weekend. Humidity will be much lower, so it will feel really nice outdoors.

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KING TIDES & BREEZY CONDITIONS BRING PROBLEMS FOR THE COAST

The breezy conditions could cause some erosion and coastal flooding for Brevard, Volusia, and Flagler counties this weekend. As the winds shift on its speed will remain strong. A coastal flood advisory is in effect through Monday morning.

The king tides will also be causing flooding in low-lying areas along the coast, especially during high tide times occurring on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Peak storm tides between 4 and 6 feet forecast.

There is a high risk for rip currents throughout the weekend for the east coast of Florida.

The St. Johns River near Astor is expected to remain in minor flood stage through the weekend as levels will increase a bit.

Through the weekend, temperatures on Saturday and Sunday morning will be in the low-70s, and the afternoons will be still comfortable with temps reaching the mid-80s.

There is the chance for scattered showers early Saturday evening as the winds will shift from the northeast.

By Sunday, the winds will be from the east which will increase the humidity across Central Florida, and a few scattered showers are possible.

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Cold front to bring us back to seasonable temps

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