Forecast

Official Weather Forecast

Tropical Storm Cindy has made landfall near the Texas - Louisiana border and begins it's journey through the deep south where it will rapidly decay. However, it still has the potential to produce heavy rain well north of Florida. For the Suncoast it will be a rather typical summer like day w…

Tropical Storm Cindy is running out of water real estate.  The warm waters help to fuel tropical storms, but as Cindy approaches the northern Gulf coast, its reaching the end of it's fuel supply.  Cindy has weakened slightly with max winds down to 50 mph, when they were sustained at 60 mph e…

Another day of mostly cloudy weather with showers developing through the day and thunderstorms developing this evening into tonight.  We really will see a duplicate of yesterday's weather today. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80's.

Sandwiched between a trough of low pressure to the west and a high pressure ridge to the east, the state of Florida is right under a plume of tropical moisture. Over the next few days we will see periods of heavy rains form time to time. Over the next few days we may see rain totals over 3 inches.

The tropics are  getting our attention as the tropical system, south of the Yucatan Peninsula, gets ready to cross over into the Gulf of Mexico.  It is still too early to tell what direction it will take once it does move into the Gulf.   In the Atlantic, Tropical Storm Warnings have been is…

It was a quiet day today with only a few isolated showers developing east of I-75.  Heavy rainfall fell in pockets well out east and there were some places along the coastline that saw no rain at all.