SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - After a week of record warmth we will see temperatures dip slightly below average over the weekend. Winds behind the front will switch around to the NNE at pick up in speed.
The drier and cooler air will move in on the breezy winds throughout the day making if feel really nice. Look for some clouds during the morning with a 20% chance for a fast moving shower around sunrise on Saturday. We start out with temperatures in the upper 60′s on Saturday morning with highs in the upper 70′s.
Clouds should break up a little later in the day as the cooler and drier air moves in. Winds will be out of the NNE at 15-20 mph which will bring small craft concerns for boaters on Saturday with seas up to 2-4 feet and choppy conditions on Suncoast waters.
Saturday night will be cool. Temperatures at 8 p.m. Saturday evening will be 70 degrees with a stiff wind will make if feel a bit cooler. Skies will be clear to start the day on Sunday with lows in the upper 50′s to low 60′s across the Suncoast. You may need a sweater or light jacket if you have an early tee time or heading out to early Church service.
We will have plenty of sunshine on Sunday with highs in the low 80′s. The air will still be really dry so it will feel comfortable.
For Veteran’s day expect a really nice day with a bit of a warm-up but nothing like we saw this past week. The high on Monday will be 84 degrees with no chance for rain.
Tuesday we will see an increase in cloudiness as another cold front approaches. This front will bring a chance for some more rainfall mainly Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. We will see another cool day on Wednesday with highs in the mid to upper 70′s.
So it looks like we will finally get rid of the record warmth here and get back to basics. Enjoy.