Mon. Jan 27th, 2020


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FOR YOUR TUESDAY. IT MAY BE DIFFICULT TO SEE IN SOE SPOTS? AMY: THERE IS FOG IN A LOT MORE OCCASIONS THAN YESTERDAY. TODAY, THERE ARE A LOT OF AREAS. THAT DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE. AT THIS POINT, VISIBILITY ISN’T SO BAD YOU CAN’T SEE. I WILL SHOW YOU THE MAP. THIS IS THE BIG THING WHEN YOU GET THE KIDS TO SCHOOL. IT IS COOLER COMPARED TO YESTERDAY. MOST OF US ARE IN THE MID-60’S. IT IS COOLER THAN YESTERDAY MORNING. IT’S MUCH WARMER THAN NORMAL. WE WILL SEE IF YOU CLOUDS, TEMPERATURES IN THE MID-80’S. THE RAIN CHANCES ONLY 10%. RIGHT NOW, IT IS 57 AND PALM COAST. IT IS 60 DEGREES. IT IS 66 DEGREES RIGHT NOW I WINTER HAVEN. THIS IS OUR VISIBILITY MAP. UP AND DOW I-4, UP THROUGH FLAGLER, WE HAVE SEVERAL LOCATIONS THAT HAVE VISIBILITY AT HALF A MILE OR LESS. RIGHT NOW, THE NORTHERN PARTS OF RIVARD COUNTY ARE DOING BETTER. WE MAY SEE SOME OF THAT FOG SETTLING IN. MELBOURNE IS REPORTING ONE MILE VISIBILITY. WE HAVE ALSO SEEN A COUPLE OF SHOWERS SHOW UP ON RADAR. WE HAD A FEW SPRINKLES CREEPING UP CLOSER TO BREVARD COUNTY. IT’S NOT MUCH. SOME OF THOSE SHOWERS WILL BE IMPACTING US IN CENTRAL FLORIDA, ESPECIALLY NEAR THE EAST COAST. THOSE WILL FILL IN. THERE IS NOT QUITE AS MUCH SUNSHINE ONCE THE FOG LIFTS. WE HAVE FOG THIS MORNING. THAT WORKS ITS WAY OUT AND REPLACES A LATER CLOUDS. NOTICE THESE TINY DOTS OF GREEN. THAT IS THE OCCASIONAL SHOWER. WE WILL SEE SOME SPOTTY SHOWERS, ESPECIALLY ON EAST SIDE OF THE STATE. THE WINDS WILL SEND IN THAT MOISTURE AND WE WILL GET THOSE AREAS OF RAIN. MUCH LIKE YESTERDAY, WE WILL CLIMB INTO THE 80’S. IT WILL BE 83 IN THE LAND. 83 WILL BE THE HIGH END TITUSVILLE. FRIDAY IS THE DAY WE COOL DOWN A LITTLE BIT. AT LEAST WE GET INTO THE UPPER 70’S. PART OF THAT IS BECAUSE HAVE C

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