A rare cold front will move through the Suncoast overnight bringing a few showers and a possible thunderstorm. We are not expecting anything severe with this front. We will see an occasional thunderstorm or two bringing some gusty winds up to 30 mph.
This rare cold front during this time of year will head south on Wednesday and then dissipate over S. FL on Thursday. We will see some slightly drier air move in which will make temperatures feel more comfortable through Friday morning.
High pressure will again build back over N. Florida which will bring a return to more humidity and afternoon and evening thunderstorms by the weekend.
In the tropics it looks like Bertha will have a 70% chance of forming durning the next 48 hours. Right now the area of disturbed weather is about 1000 miles E. of the Lesser Antilles and is moving W at 15-20 mph. Early forecast continue to show a slight bend to the NW in time which would take it just North and East of the northern most Leeward Islands in the Caribbean.
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