The cold front has swept on by, and is now down in south Florida. Behind it, high pressure is settling in, and will bring cooler north to northeasterly winds tonight, and then northeasterly to easterly winds tomorrow.
A slow moving cold front is tracking down from the north, and will help to slightly cool down temperatures around the Suncoast by Sunday afternoon. There's a small chance this front could trigger a few light showers on Sunday morning, but with little moisture in place, what ever shower activity that does happen, will be light and short lived.
The high pressure system responsible for bringing sunny skies to the Suncoast over the weekend, has moved eastward. And thanks to it moving eastward, the winds around it will be coming in from the east-southeast, meaning more moisture will come back to the area, setting the stage for more showers and storms to pop up by mid week.