One of the coldest nights of the season is coming this weekend in Sebastian, Florida. Get your blankets because we’re about to have a cold Christmas this year.
Overall, it’s been pretty warm in Sebastian, but that’s about to change as temperatures drop Friday night to 36 degrees. But that’s not all; it’s going to be 36 degrees again on Saturday night.
Here’s a look at the temperatures:
- Thursday: 78/64
- Friday: 74/36
- Saturday: 52/36
- Sunday: 52/41
- Monday: 64/49
The high on Saturday and Christmas Day is only 52 degrees! Those nighttime temperatures will be cold from Friday through Sunday.
Winds will be out of the northwest this weekend at 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. So, expect cold days with windy conditions this weekend in Sebastian.
And with temperatures like that, it’s not going to be great for fishing either. Boaters need to be extremely careful with winds blowing 15 to 20 knots. The seas 4 to 6 feet, with occasional seas to 7 feet. Choppy on the Intracoastal waters.
It’s still too early to predict the weather for next week, but early indications show that things should warm up to about 70 degrees as the high for Tuesday and Wednesday, with overnight lows near 53.
We’ll have another forecast before Monday.
On December 23 and 24, 2022, The Salvation Army (SA) will serve as a Cold Weather Shelter for the first 40 persons who arrive. The SA is located at 2655 5th Street SW Vero Beach, FL 32962. Entry starts at 5:00 PM each night and the facility will close at 7:00 AM the following morning.
There are tentative plans for the SA to open on December 25 at 5:00 PM depending on weather conditions.
Dinner will be served nightly. No transportation is offered at this time. The Red Cross and United Way are graciously supporting the SA through financial and other donations.
“The Source” will also have their 36 bed Dignity Bus activated for cold weather shelter starting at 9:00 PM each night. The Dignity Bus is located at: 1015 Commerce Avenue in Vero Beach, FL 32960.
It’s going to be a cold Christmas, but things should begin to warm up early next week.