SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - The north wind has brought in cold and dry air to the Suncoast and temperatures to start the day have dropped to about 25 to 30 degrees below where we were 24 hours ago in the morning. Cloud cover is hugging the coast but the dry air will not allow showers to form; we stay dry. In fact, there is little chance for rain over the next seven days. We have established a northeast wind this morning and that will tend to push clouds back over the Gulf and allow for several hours of a sun and cloud mix in the morning and afternoon but winds will again shift this afternoon and clouds will return. The cold weather will stick today and our high in the mid 60′s will be about 10 degrees below the average.
Tomorrow we will warm a bit, but another minor cool shot of air will keep us in highs that stay near the lower 70′s for a few more days. By the end of the workweek our temperatures till be near the average and over the weekend we will be above average again.