SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - We have an increasing chance for showers across the Suncoast, especially inland Sunday afternoon. Then we all share an enhanced chance for a few afternoon showers to start the work week. Temps are still high in the upper 80s for now. We’re tracking a cold front, one bringing snow as far south as Texas and New Mexico, that will move through the Suncoast by Friday. Now snow here, but that front will bring in a little cooler and drier air just in time for Halloween!
And now we have #27! Tropical Zeta is #27, the record is 28 from 2005. And we still have 5 weeks of hurricane season left, so tying or setting a new record is possible. Zeta is likely to become a Category 1 hurricane Monday in the Gulf, taking a path similar to Delta, up near the Louisiana coast, again.