MANATEE -- Saturday's high surf conditions at Manatee County beaches are a sign of what's to come.
Another low pressure area over the gulf, will be bringing another round of quick storms Sunday morning, according to BayNews9 meteorologist Diane Kacmarik.
"It will be very similar to the weather from Friday morning, so it will be in and out," Kacmarik said.
The storms will start rumbling in anytime after 2 a.m. Sunday, Kacmarik said, and should clear the area by about 11 a.m. Unlike Friday though, Sunday morning's band of storms will bring a cold front.
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While temperatures will manage to climb into the 70's Sunday morning, they will quickly start dropping into the 60's in the afternoon.
On Saturday, Manatee County beaches have a risk of rip currents until 10 p.m. because of strong winds. A high surf warning has been issued by the National Weather Service until 10 p.m. Saturday.
High tides will run two to three feet higher than usual, Kacmarik said.
For boaters, a gale warning was issued and will be replaced by a small craft advisory.
"It's hard for everything to calm so quick," Kacmarik said. "It is not wise to do any boating on Sunday."
Red Tide has also made for some hazardous conditions at local beaches.
Manatee County coastal and bay regions will be affected by concentrations of Red Tide until Tuesday, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Sunday's concentrations are predicted to be as high as they were on Friday. Monday and Tuesday will see more moderate levels of red tide, like Saturday.
The cold air is also going to stick around for a while this time, Kacmarik said. The overnight low going into Monday is forecast to be 48 degrees.
By midweek the temperatures will drop even lower, she said. Tuesday and Wednesdays lows are forecasted to be in the upper 30's.
Jessica De Leon, Herald law enforcement reporter, can be reached at 941-745-7049. You can follow her on Twitter@JDeLeon1012.