SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) -The cool front that reduced our humidity a bit is now to our south and dry air aloft has moved in. Sunshine will be the hallmark of today’s forecast with a zero percent rain chance. We will enjoy slightly lower humidity but still enough moisture remains that, with our cooler morning temperatures, we will monitor for patchy fog inland. The fog will be light and burn off quickly after sunrise should it form. The rest of the day will be warm with high temperatures in the upper 80′s with “feels like” temperatures in the low 90′s. It will be rain free till Friday.
Friday will feature another front moving past in the second half of the day. This will bring a small chance of a passing showers and some slightly cooler and much drier air for Saturday. Daytime highs will drop about 5 to 8 degrees and the humidity will be noticeably lower. It will not last long as tropical moisture will return on Sunday. Long range models suggest additional front, possibly cooler, arriving next week. Some models also suggest an increase in tropical cyclone activity in about 10-14 days.