With high pressure to our south we will develop a west wind today that will be breezy at times. The west wind will do two things. First it will drive moisture onto the main land and cause the afternoon humidity to rise.
High pressure in the upper atmosphere has build north over the Gulf of Mexico and extends over the state of Florida. This creates a flow that, for the next few days will keep the storm systems to the north of Florida and flowing through the Deep South.
A front stalled to the south will bring clouds and a possible early sprinkle for the first half of the day. The second half of the day will feature more and more breaks in the clouds and the return to partly cloudy skies.
Low 80′s with mostly sunny skies and relatively low humidity are in store for the Suncoast, for the next few days anyway. Our high temperatures will be a few degrees warmer than yesterday but dew points will keep it feeling comfortable in the afternoon sun.
After a cool and crisp start, sunshine will be the dominate weather feature today. A very stable atmosphere is sitting over the state and it will be very difficult to produce any showers these next couple of days.
High pressure will move to the Atlantic to make way for an approaching trough of low pressure. The surface reflection of the of the upper air trough is a cold front that will bring us some cooler and less humid air. Most of today will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy but in the second half of the af
Today will be another hot one with high temperatures in the upper 80′s and some inland spots hitting 90 or above. Winds will be light and variable as a sprawling area of high pressure sits nearly directly over us. This will allow a sea breeze to build today, keeping the coast a bit cooler.
After 19 or the last 23 days running above normal, today will not be an exception. Today will be very similar to yesterday with highs near the coast in the low to mid 80′s and temperatures east of the interstate in the mid to upper 80′s.
High pressure will continue to drive our weather. For those that like the warm weather then this is your week. Highs will climb to upper 70′s near the coast, low 80′s between near the interstate and mid 80′s well inland.
High pressure will drive our weather this week. For today a northeast flow of air will bring a warming wind that takes us very close to the 80 degree mark. The official recording station at the airport may be in the upper 70′s today but many other locations will see low 80s'.
Today is the day that we put into motion the changes that will eventually bring much cooler and drier air to the Suncoast. A strong south wind will continue to pump humid and warm air into the Suncoast today.
The morning forecast will call for patchy dense fog in most inland locations. Tomorrow morning we could see the fog expand to include areas near the coast and in marine waters. As the fog lifts the day will become mostly sunny and very warm. Many inland locations will see highs this afternoon approa
It is a First Alert Weather Day focused mainly in the late afternoon and evening. A First Alert Weather Day is a heads-up we give when disruptive weather is possible so you will have as much advanced notice as possible.
Big changes for the Suncoast today. The thin line of showers in the pre-dawn hours exits the area and winds pick up. We had an overnight low of 73 but that will likely become our high temperatures for the day and morning temperatures will fall into the 60′s and perhaps upper 50′s.