ORLANDO, Fla. – High pressure over the southeast U.S. on Saturday will slide offshore on Sunday.
This will maintain a fairly moist onshore slow in the low levels of the atmosphere, but as we go higher in the mid- to upper levels, we find extremely dry air in place.
For this reason, chances for rain will look slim to nonexistent this period. If any rain were to develop, it would be light and very short-lived.
Highs today will remain in the mid- to low 80s along the coast and the mid- to upper 80s inland. Morning lows Sunday will be in the mid -60s inland and near 70 along the coast.
Dangerous conditions are expected at area beaches due to long-period northeasterly swells.
A high risk of rip currents is likely each day, along with rough surf.