Isolated showers can’t be ruled out for the morning commute for areas mainly east of I-75. Skies will be mostly sunny to partly sunny, and rain chances will remain isolated to scattered during the afternoon and evening. Temperatures will top out around 90 degrees.
The humidity returns tomorrow and the heat lingers with temperatures topping out near 90 degrees. A return in moisture will bring the chance for scattered showers and storms tomorrow afternoon and evening.
A subtropical depression or storm is very likely to form over the open Atlantic waters during the next day or two while the low meanders well to the southeast of Bermuda. Meanwhile, a broad area of low pressure is expected to form in a few days over the southwestern Caribbean Sea.
A weak cold front will move into the area tomorrow and eventually stall over parts of the Suncoast. This will reinforce the dry air in place bringing a slight decrease in humidity. Unfortunately, our it won’t impact our temperatures with afternoon highs topping out in the upper 80s.
Dew points and the air temperature is expected to be in the low 70s and winds will be light, and as a result Radiation Fog or also known as Ground Fog is likely to occur for parts of the Suncoast once again early Thursday morning.
A southwesterly flow will allow scattered showers and isolated storms to move onshore and push inland throughout the morning and into the afternoon. Showers will become hit & miss during the late afternoon and early evening. Highs will top out in the mid-to-upper 80s.
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Tropical Depression Twenty-Six has formed and has sustained winds of 35 mph and is currently moving west-northwest at 9 mph. This storm is forecast to strengthen into a category 2 hurricane later this week.
For tomorrow, partly sunny skies with a developing ridge of high pressure across the state of Florida, which will allow temperatures to warm back into the upper-80s. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will return during the afternoon and early evening.
Skies will be cloudy and a warm front will begin to move through the Suncoast bringing numerous showers and isolated storms at any time. Models are suggesting rain totals to range anywhere from 0.10-1.00″ with higher rain totals for areas that see thunderstorms.
At the moment there is a 75% chance that La Niña hangs around through the upcoming winter. Typically in Florida, during a La Niña winter, the season is warmer and drier than normal. This will have to be watched closely as we enter wildfire season later in the fall.
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Skies will be partly sunny with a stray shower possible along the coast tomorrow morning. Showers and thunderstorms will become scattered across the Suncoast during the afternoon and evening. Showers and storms will be slow moving and could produce localized flooding and gusty winds.
It will be a quiet start with scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms developing during the late afternoon and evening. Temperatures will top out around 90 degrees with feels-like temperatures ranging anywhere from 98-101 degrees.
An early season cold front is set to move through the Suncoast on Wednesday, which will bring a taste of fall to the area. Highs and lows will run roughly 5-degrees below average beginning on Wednesday, and lasting through next weekend.
Western Caribbean becomes a tropical hot spot for formation (An area where warm sea surface temperatures and minimal vertical wind shear remain). Plus, cold fronts and troughs act as a highway for tropical systems, often steering storms toward Florida.
Mostly sunny with temperatures will top out close to 90 degrees with feels-like temperatures as high as 100 degrees. A stray shower can’t be ruled out along the coast during the morning hours, scattered showers and isolated storms developing along the sea breeze during the afternoon.
Skies will be mostly sunny with a gradual increase in moisture this afternoon. As a result, scattered showers and isolated storms are possible during the late afternoon and evening. Temperatures will top out in the upper-80s and low-90s.
For tomorrow, skies will be partly cloudy with the chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm through the afternoon. A backdoor front will move through the area tomorrow evening lowering dew points as a surge of drier air arrives. Temperatures will top out near 90 degrees with breezy NE winds.
Low pressure moving across central Florida, Teddy expected to stay east of Bermuda but bring some impacts, Beta moving a little faster towards the central Texas coast, and Wilfred will fall apart over the open Atlantic waters.
Skies will be partly sunny with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms building across the Suncoast during the afternoon and lasting into the evening hours. Temperatures will top out in the upper 80s and low 90s and winds will be breezy out of the northeast at 10-20 mph with high
High pressure keeps Beta on a short-term westward track and Teddy expected to bring impacts to the island of Bermuda by Sunday night. Tropical Storm Wilfred will likely dissipate in the Atlantic within the next 60-hours. Plus, Post Tropical Cyclone Paulette is trying to make a comeback.
An onshore flow is apparent and as a result showers and isolated thunderstorms will move in from the Gulf of Mexico at any time today. Temperatures will top out in the upper-80s and low-90s, with feels-like temperatures as high as 105 degrees.
Thunderstorm activity has continued to increase and become better organized this morning in association with a well-defined low pressure system located over the southwestern Gulf of Mexico. It could become a tropical depression or a tropical storm later today.