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We dry out for the next few days and watch the winds begin to slacken. Wave action will remain elevated and will cause a dangerous rip current environment along a…

The 11 AM Irma track forecast has shifted west once again favoring the European model. The forecast is similar to the previous track and keeps the Suncoast in the…

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The latest forecast track from the National Hurricane Center for Major Hurricane Irma has changed very little. The storm is undergoing an eyewall replacement cycl…

A Hurricane Watch has been issued for the south coast of Florida from Bonita Beach to Jupiter Inlet. The 11 AM track from the National Hurricane Center remains ba…

Its a First Alert Weather Day with a potential of an additional 2-4 inches of rain. Severe weather is not anticipated but thunderstorms with downpours are possibl…

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While we might be known as the Suncoast, skies can quickly turn dark and ominous bringing life threatening weather to your neighborhood. Half of the year we face …

Hot, hazy and humid will characterize the forecast today. With high pressure sitting over us and dry air aloft, expect conditions similar to yesterday. High tempe…

Winds will establish out of the east today and that will signal a pattern change that will bring better rain chances for areas west of the interstate. As a front …

A wind pattern that has favored inland showers is about to change. Over the next day or two we will see a stalled front over north Florida wash away and high pres…

After a short chance to dry out the Suncoast will see increasing rain chances this week. A combination of a large scale trough of low pressure and sea breeze inte…

The possibility of some significant rain for the state exists for the next 4 days. Rain totals may exceed 4 inches in inland locations, where some of the driest w…

Smoke from the North Port fire will mix away well in the afternoons but a lingering smoke smell and the possibility for smoke enhanced fog in the morning will be …

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