Another warm day on the Suncoast with morning lows and daytime highs running about 10 degrees above the normals. The warm weather should continue into the weekend. A weak cold front will move past tonight with only a slight drop in the humidity and an uptick in wind speeds on Friday.
High pressure sinks south today and causes light and variable winds for the Suncoast. A cold front to our north is providing the push that will reposition the high and bring some slightly cooler air by the end of the week.
High pressure will again control Suncoast weather today. The flow of air around the high will bring a southeast wind today with a bit of a sea breeze this afternoon near the coast. We broke a record with a high temperature of 85 yesterday.
A front moves south today and winds have shifted to the north. The north to northeast wind will keep the clouds at bay and provide us with mostly sunny skies. The only clouds will be higher level fair-weather clouds.
A sun and cloud mix will become increasingly cloudy today as a cold front approaches the area by this evening. This will bring a chance of showers and possibly a thunderstorm this afternoon and early evening. Severe weather is not expected today as the line of showers should decrease in intensity
High pressure will drive the forecast of the next few days with a sun and cloud mix and mild afternoons. Aloft, the dry air is slowly becoming higher in humidity and there is a better chance that a few of the east coast showers will make it to our coast today.
Winds will shift today and warmer weather will begin. The cold air moving over relatively warm water has given us our cloud cover and, with shifting winds to the east, some dry air will be allowed to mix in and we will have more sunshine. The combination of the sunshine and east wind will take us to
Rains come to an end today as the low pressure area that caused our unsettled weather continues to drift away from Florida and farther into Atlantic waters. We will see a few clouds pushed into the area by the circulation around the low and winds will be breezy today
A low-pressure area will move across north Florida and drag a cold front across the peninsula today. Winds will pick up across the area today and there are wind and water related advisories up for the area.
The warming trend started yesterday continues today. With a mix of sun and clouds, we will see the afternoon high approach the mid 70′s with very little chance for showers. Boaters will see a breezy start to the day with subsiding afternoon winds.
Cold air continues to drain south and temperatures are running on the cool side this morning. By afternoon the sunny skies will help return us to temperatures that are close to average but winds will still be breezy
The cold front that brought yesterday’s rain is pushing to the south and winds will pick up today out of the north. The north wind will bring cold and dry air to the Suncoast. The gusty wind has prompted the issuance of a Small Craft Advisory for today and rip currents will also be a problem.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is up for the Suncoast until 11 AM. This means that the area is ripe for the formation of severe thunderstorms. A Severe Thunderstorm is defined as a storm capable of producing one-inch hail or larger in diameter and/or winds equal or exceed 58 miles an hour. In addition,
The chances for showers will spike twice in 24 hours as two lines of storms approach the Suncoast. The first line will get close to the coast by late afternoon or early evening and linger into the first few hours of evening darkness.
A very weak cold front is slowly moving south into central Florida. In advance of the front, the air is humid and fog will form. Some of the fog will be thick and reduce visibilities to dangerous levels.
A cut-off low to our west will slowly sink south out of the Deep South into the northern Gulf waters. As this happens, the area of high pressure that has been driving our weather will anchor in the Atlantic waters.
Pleasant weather will continue today with slightly warmer temperatures and a bit more sunshine and clear skies. No rain in today’s forecast. This afternoon a very weak cold front will move past will very little impact on the Suncoast.
The north wind has brought in cold and dry air to the Suncoast and temperatures to start the day have dropped to about 25 to 30 degrees below where we were 24 hours ago in the morning. Cloud cover is hugging the coast but the dry air will not allow showers to form; we stay dry.
A significant cold front moves through today, shifting winds to the north and bringing in the coldest air of the season so far. Morning showers will clear early and, after a very brief clearing, clouds will build along the coast as cold air over warm waters forms cold air clouds that hug the coast.
High pressure begins to move into the Atlantic today keeping our winds out of the east or while our temperatures continue to remain mild. Our high today will be in the upper 70′s with only passing fair-weather clouds.
A large weather pattern known for producing stagnant weather systems is in place across the country. This will keep an area of high pressure as our weather driver for the next six days. The high pressure area will produce a warm-up across the Suncoast with warmer than average temperatures developing