FIRST ALERT WEATHER: A foggy start could make for dangerous driving Tuesday morning

SARASOTA, FL (WWSB) -  Clear skies, light winds and plenty of surface moisture will bring a good chance for reduced visibilities to start the day off on Tuesday.

This will once again be a problem on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.  Fog advisories may be needed.

Temperatures will be staying warm through the work week and throughout Christmas.  Highs will be some 6-10 degrees above average and little or no rain expected through Christmas.

Long range models are suggesting another polar lobe, from the Polar Vortex moving into the Central U.S.  on Monday. Indications are that we may see some of this cool air move in here just before New Years Day.

Until then expect unseasonably warm weather to continue for the Suncoast, with rain chances staying below 20% over the next 7 days.

Chief Meteorologist

Bob Harrigan

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