The chill will be on for the weekend as the cold front will be well to our south by sunrise on Saturday. It will be blustery to start the day with winds blowing out of the northwest at 20 mph along with some higher gusts at times. Look for a mixture of sun and clouds throughout the day on Saturday
Friday will make it two days in a row we will see sunshine to start the day as high pressure holds on for just a little while longer before a cold front moves in later in the day on Friday. Temperatures will warm into the low 70′s for most. We will see clouds on the increase later in the day as the
Florida has not been living up to its name as of late with dreary weather dominating our skies for several days now. This will come to a change on Thursday as the disturbance which brought us the clouds and rain will be moving out for a short period of time.
“Let the sunshine in” the famous words from the 5th Dimension song “Aquarius” is an order we want filled on Wednesday but it’s not going to happen. An old front, a piece of energy, in the upper levels of the atmosphere and an active jet stream means we will have to wait a day until we see sunshine
It’s going to feel like Winter this weekend unlike the past weekend when temperatures soared into the low 80′s. It’s going to be a chilly weekend with high temperatures struggling to get into the 60′s both Saturday and Sunday.
Warm southeast winds will move in on Thursday allowing temperatures to reach the low to mid 70′s. We will see a slight increase in cloud cover in advance of the next cold front. Skies will be partly cloudy on Thursday with winds picking up a bit in the afternoon.
With a zephyr out of the north on Wednesday temperatures will be below average to start the day with lows in the mid 40′s away from the water and in the low 50′s near the coast. We will once again see plenty of sunshine on Wednesday as high pressure remains in control over the SE U.S.
The first work week of 2021 will be cool one with temperatures slightly below average with is 71 for a high and 52 for a low. High pressure will be dominating our weather for the next 3 days. So look for generally fair skies with no chance for rain until late Thursday as a cold front begins to...
If you have an early tee time on Saturday bundle up it’s going to be cold. Temperatures will be in the upper 40′s from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. with winds out of the NE at 10 mph making it feel colder at times.
North winds will blow in the chilly weather to start the day on Friday. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 40s around sunrise and only warm into the low 60s by the mid afternoon. There will be plenty of sunshine as high pressure brings in drier and cooler air on a north wind at 10-15 mph.
A weak cold front will move near the Suncoast overnight. Don’t expect a repeat performance of last weeks front which brought frost to some parts of the Suncoast. This one will bring temperatures back down to seasonable averages. It will eventually stall near our area bringing some low clouds and som
Beach weather returns just in time for the weekend as a warm wind blows in from the SE. The average high for this time of year is 74 and we should be several degrees above that. The record for Saturday is 85 which was set as recently as 2015. Some inland communities like Lakewood Ranch and Myakka ci
If you like warmer weather you are in luck! High pressure is slipping off the east coast of Florida tonight allowing our winds to turn more toward the east on Friday. This will bump the temperatures up to more seasonable readings. Look for some patchy fog in the morning followed by mostly sunny s
After a frosty start on Wednesday look for warmer temperatures to start the day on Thursday. Lows will be in the low to mid 50′s near the coast and mid to upper 40′s elsewhere. Skies will be clear and winds will be light.
Get the ice scraper ready Wednesday morning as frost is expected for many inland areas. A frost advisory is in effect for Hardee, Desoto and Highlands Counties. We may see a little frost on some roofs and cars a couple miles inland from the Gulf as well. So if you are worried about your tropical
A couple of cold fronts have cleared the area and now the NW wind blows in another round of winter temperatures for the Suncoast. Tuesday will start off in the mid to upper 40′s for most and low 40′s well inland.
The rollercoaster ride of temperatures will be evident on Friday as highs go back above average. Earlier this week we saw the coldest air of the season move in with highs on Monday only in the 50′s and lows in the 30′s. Friday’s high will be 78 degrees!
The early Florida chill will be around for one more morning before things start to warm up again. The lows to start the day will be in the upper 40′s which is 10 degrees warmer than the frigid start we experienced Wednesday. You will still need a jacket to start the day but can take it off by noon
We are jumping right into Winter as lows are expected to be in the upper 30′s well inland and low to mid 40′s elsewhere. With the wind blowing NE at 10-15 mph it will feel much cooler. Winds chills will be in the low to mid 30′s from about 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. so bundle up as you head out the door.
Happy Thanksgiving! It’s going to be a warm one for Florida as high pressure continues to dominate our weather. We will see winds out of the ESE on Thursday which will warm things up well above the average (77 degrees) for this time of year. Highs will be near 80 at the coast and low to mid 80′
Enjoy it while it lasts, that is the warm weather as a powerful cold front is going to move through on Monday. This front will bring the coolest air of the season our way to start the work week next week.
Something all of us will be thankful for this week is the weather. We are looking at beautiful weather through Thanksgiving and beyond. Lows have been in the upper 60′s to near 70 lately but not on Tuesday morning as we will see upper 50′s to low 60′s.
The chilly Fall weather we saw earlier this week is long gone and now we warm up this weekend with highs in the mid 80′s inland and low 80′s near the coast. We should see a nice weekend with only a few late day showers developing inland and pushing toward the coast later in the day. The rain chanc
Well that didn’t take long. Temperatures have gone back above average quickly here along the Suncoast. It was just 2 days ago we were in the mid 50′s! With a steady ENE wind persisting around an area of high pressure we can expect temperatures to stay slightly above average through the weekend.
If you liked today you are going to like tomorrow as well. High pressure will keep skies sunny throughout most of the day on Thursday with just a few fair weather cumulus clouds in the afternoon. The temperature will top out near 80 degrees with low humidity still in place.
As you head out to work tomorrow morning you may need a light jacket or sweater as lows will be in the mid 50′s for the area and a wind out of the NE at 15-20 mph will make if feel a bit cooler. A tight pressure gradient between a sprawling high pressure over the SE U.S. and whatever is left of Iota