SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - Sunday sunshine will take us back to the low 60s by afternoon like Saturday, but not as breezy as we were Saturday.
Temps will cool off quickly after sunset, and if you’re up for a bit of stargazing after the sun goes down, look to the southwest sky for Jupiter and Saturn, still in the sky, and now joined by planet Mercury. But to see Mercury you’ll need binoculars as it is much smaller and fainter then the other two.
We’re still tracking a cold front to start the work week, but it’s a pretty dry front for us. Snow develops in Texas, again, while we warm up Monday and Tuesday. As the front pushes across the Suncoast Monday night an isolated shower or two will be possible, but there will be very little moisture left for us. Two more small storms move our way Wednesday and again Friday night, but for now both storms look pretty minimal for moisture.