High temperatures will reach the low 70s under decreasing cloud cover. While a few sprinkles will be possible in the morning, we will likely stay dry for the afternoon and evening. Boaters will encounter rough chop within our bays and six to nine-foot wave heights within the Gulf of Mexico. This is primarily due to Sunday’s strong winds.
Wind gusts ranging from 30 to 45 miles per hour are expected during the afternoon. These will be slightly stronger in communities to the north in comparison to communities south.
Wind advisories will impact DeSoto and Highlands counties for the afternoon and evening. Anyone with outdoor Superbowl plans should strongly consider how the wind may impact their festivities.