Here's a weird one for the collective wisdom... The brakes on my avatar have all of a sudden decided not to work very well when cold. The rainy season has arrived in Washington, so the car is coming out less. Now I've owned this car for about 8 years and have had no issues with the brakes until about the last month. The brake system is typical stuff, a GM caliper/Granada rotor in front, Ford 10" drums on a 8" in the rear, 7" booster with a GM-style master. What's going on is the brakes don't want to stop the car when cold. I really have to step on the pedal and even then it only slows. But drive it 2-3 miles up the road and make a few stops and it's all back to normal. I've visually inspected everything, fluids up, pads/shoes are all good, don't see anything out of the ordinary. Again, this has manifested itself in just the last month... And the car is parked under cover. Any ideas?