SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - Depending on how you analyze the weather charts, a cold front is stuck just over us or just to our south today. That will bring plenty of clouds our way but not much of a rain chance. We will have a breezy wind with gusts and, for the first half of the day, high profile vehicles could be buffeted about. There will be sunshine peaking through the clouds and enough heating to bring our highs into the upper 70′s to low 80′s. Inland locations have a small chance for a fast patch of drizzle in the second half of the day. No fog today.
Clouds will thicken tomorrow as a low pressure area develops in the Gulf waters and drifts toward north Florida. As it does that our rain chances will increase in the second half of the day. The best chance of rain will be after dark Friday evening and lingering into the early hours of Saturday morning. The second half of Saturday will clear but winds could be gusty. By Sunday the sunshine will return, the humidity will drop and the high temperatures will be comfortably in the mid 70′s.