As spring starts, we’re still in a warm and unsettled weather pattern. Air is arriving from the southwest along with plenty of moisture. The combination of moist air and an approaching cold front will likely set off some Sunday showers and storms. Don’t get too used to this warmth (just yet). The next change happens after the cold front crosses the region, Sunday evening and night. Cooler conditions (including a temperature drop of 15-degrees) will arrive on Monday. Winds will remain out of the north into early Tuesday, for a brief period of "jacket weather" in south Florida. It’s also worth noting that wind speeds will be on the strong side through the early part of the week… creating rough waters and hazardous boating. Spring breakers will get the warmth back by midweek but, unfortunately, with rip currents along Atlantic beaches.