WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — With high pressure in control, mainly dry weather will continue Friday with unseasonably warm temps.
High temperatures will once again warm into the low and mid-80s with partly sunny skies and just a slight chance of a few isolated showers as a front stalls near the area.
Saturday's forecast calls for a few showers due to a stationary front, but the best chance stays across the Treasure Coast.
Highs will top the low 80s through the weekend, while mornings lows will be warming up as well, in the mid to upper 60s each and every morning.
A series of fronts early next week will struggle to pass through, so scattered showers are expected through next week as the fronts stall near our area. The next cold front that will clear the Sunshine State and bring a cooldown arrives by the end of next week.
Boating conditions remain good for Friday with seas 1-2 feet and a light chop on the Intracoastal waterway