Quote: The satellite pictures are very misleading for those of you who are looking at them from another location other than Florida. I am right here in the Central Florida area and we have a sunny sky and a light haze. This seems like no different day than any other early morning with a little sea fogginess. I would not know a system was around if it were not for the media. The bugs and animals are not nearly as impressed as they were with our last cold front. As the experts always say, keep a check on things because the Gulf of Mexico does rapidly change. But so far we are going to have a normal Florida day with early morning mugginess and afternoon showers. They may begin early around noon or they may truly wait till later depending on the low.
Down here in Charlotte co. we've got a heavy cloud cover and the breeze is trying to pick up. It was still earlier when I got up.
-------------------- Lesli in SWFL.
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