SEBASTIAN – Get out those sweaters and extra blankets because it’s going to be cold starting Wednesday night.
Wednesday will have a high of 75 degrees, but a cold front will change all that in the afternoon as it moves through Sebastian and Vero Beach. The overnight low will be 42 degrees.
Thursday will be the coldest day of the week with a high near 64 degrees. The overnight low will be 48 degrees. Winds will be northwest at 12 mph.
Friday will warm up to 71 degrees, overnight low will be 60. We suggest taking a jacket or sweater if you’re going out.
Saturday and Sunday are expected to be cloudy with a high near 76, overnight low near 57 degrees.
It’s too early to forecast Monday, but right now temperatures are expected to drop at night to 48 degrees. We’ll have another update on this later this weekend.
The good news is, places like Captain Hirams and Crab Stop have outdoor heaters to keep patrons warm.
It’s going to be cold, but at least it’s not freezing.
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