I left the car outside last night in the cold weather and this morning when I first started it up the steering was noticeably different … i.e., much easier to turn the steering wheel. It was so different I got out and checked under the car to make sure a tie rod or something hadn't come loose. Checked tire pressure manually even though there was no dash indication anything was amiss. The tire pressure was a little lower (32psi) than usual as expected due to the cold weather. As I continued to drive, the steering started to become, for lack of a better word, "stiffer" again. Short of putting a trigger pull gauge on a spoke of the steering wheel, the best way I can quantify this is, that normally, I can't easily make turns using the heel of palm of my hand like I do on my other cars. I'd guesstimate it was almost half the effort to steer during normal warmer Florida weather.. Any ideas on what's going on and suggestions on how to make it easy to steer all the time?