Weather Forecast; 2022 Hurricane Season Recap

Aniylah Rushing

Sunny conditions will continue all throughout this week. Winds gusts up to 5 mph. Today’s Temperature range is from 67 degrees Fahrenheit to 45 degrees Fahrenheit, and no rain is expected.

Monday, Dec. 5

 

High Temperature: 71 degrees Fahrenheit

 

Low Temperature: 48 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Humidity: 58 percent 

 

Wind Speed: 6 mph

 

Forecast: Cloudy skies

 

Chance Of Rain: 0 percent

 

Tuesday, Dec. 6

 

High Temperature: 67 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Low Temperature: 45 degrees Fahrenheit

 

Humidity: 49 percent 

 

Wind Speed: 4 mph

 

Forecast: Cloudy skies

 

Chance Of Rain: 0 percent

 

Wednesday, Dec. 7

 

High Temperature: 67 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Low Temperature: 42 degrees Fahrenheit

 

Humidity: 44 percent

 

Wind Speed: 5 mph

 

Forecast: Sunny

 

Chance Of Rain: 0 percent

 

Thursday, Dec. 8

 

HIgh Temperature:  64 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Low Temperature: 40 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Humidity: 39 percent 

 

Wind Speed: 5 mph

 

Forecast: Sunny

 

Chance Of Rain: 0 percent 

 

Friday, Dec. 9

 

High Temperature: 63 degrees Fahrenheit

 

Low Temperature: 39 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Humidity: 33 percent 

 

Wind Speed: 5 mph 

 

Forecast: Sunny

 

Chance Of Rain: 0 percent 


Hurricane 2022 Recap

The Florida Peninsula had gone five years since its last hurricane landfall.

Winds gusted over 100 mph Southwest Florida for hours. Ian’s highest recorded wind gust was 140 mph in Cape Coral. Ian dropped more than a foot of rain from Florida’s Gulf Coast to its Space Coast.

This created many Central and Northeast Florida rivers to overflow their banks. Just over a month later, Hurricane Nicole passed from a typical late-season subtropical storm into a not-so-typical November hurricane. Hurricane Nicole had a strong circulation of northeast winds off the Atlantic Ocean produced massive beach erosion on Florida’s Space Coast and caused numerous beachside condos and some homes to hang on severe cliffs looking over the Atlantic.