It’ll be a mostly sunny start and temperatures will warm quickly throughout the day. Afternoon highs will top out at 92-94 degrees with feel-like temperatures ranging anywhere from 103-108 degrees. Showers and thunderstorms will develop along the sea breeze during the afternoon and evening.
skies will be mostly sunny and it’ll be another hot and humid afternoon. Near record high temperatures are possible with highs topping out at 95 degrees. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible along the sea breeze.
Earlier this month, Dr. Hanna Koch, Mote Marine Laboratory Coral Reproduction Scientist identified gametes (eggs and sperm) inside colonies of two threatened, yet key, reef-building species that Mote restored to Florida Keys reefs in recent years.
The typical summertime weather pattern will continue and sea breeze collision will likely take place along the west coast and that’s when showers and thunderstorms will quickly develop during the afternoon and early evening. Temperatures will top out in the low-to-mid-90s.
As coronavirus cases continue to soar across the state of Florida more mask mandates are going into effect. From specific businesses to citywide ordinances, some have chosen to mandate it, while others are encouraging residents, visitors and businesses to wear a face covering.
On Thursday, July 16th, Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium announced that they would be breaking ground on the state-of-the-art 11,000-square-foot Mote Science Education Aquarium, or Mote SEA, in late September at Nathan Benderson Park.
In the event that you need to evacuate, reach out to a family member and look tens of miles instead of hundreds of miles for a safe place to stay. However, shelters across the Suncoast will be available for those who have nowhere to go. In order to abide by the CDC guidelines on social distancing th
NASA has selected 14 technology proposals from 11 Florida-based small businesses. The Space Agency depends on America’s small businesses for innovative technology development that helps to achieve a wide range of missions.
For tomorrow, mostly sunny skies with temperatures topping out in the low 90s. Relatively high dew points will allow feel-like temperatures to range anywhere from 101-105 degrees. Rain chances will be isolated with most of the region staying dry.
A weak cold front will dissipate to our north bringing slightly drier air to the northern half of the Suncoast. Skies will be mostly sunny with a 30% chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms through the afternoon. Feel-like temperatures will range anywhere from 104-108 degrees.
An onshore flow will continue which will allow scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms that develop in the Gulf of Mexico to move across the Suncoast. Models indicate a few locations seeing up to 1.5 inches through Sunday evening. Afternoon highs will top out in the upper 80s and low 90s.
For the 4th of July, scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms are possible as atmospheric moisture begins to gradually increase across the Suncoast. Temperatures will top out in the low 90s, with feel-like temperatures ranging anywhere from 100-104°.
An onshore flow will continue meaning showers and thunderstorms that develop in the Gulf of Mexico will move onshore during the morning and early afternoon hours. Temperatures will top out in the low 90s with feel-like temperatures ranging anywhere from 101-104°.
For tomorrow, there will be scattered clouds with temperatures warming into the low 90s. Oppressive dew points will once again allow feel-like temperatures to range anywhere from 103-107°. A sea breeze will move inland during the afternoon with the possibility for isolated showers and thunderstorms.
Skies will be mostly sunny to partly sunny with afternoon highs climbing into the low-to-mid 90s. High dew points will once again allow feel-like temperatures to range anywhere from 103-108°. As a result, heat related illnesses could set in quickly if you are outdoors without properly hydrating.
Volunteers at Second Chance-Last Opportunity battled the heat today to continue to serve their community. They come together to feed those in need every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Some of the essentials they provide to the community include hot meals, groceries, diapers and other household items.
An increase in the number of people in the water means lifeguards and the Coast Guard will working diligently to ensure that everyone is safe. Before going into the water, it is important to remember the hazards you may face. For example, rip currents are likely to appear on local beaches.
A typical summertime weather pattern continues across the Suncoast to start the workweek. Skies will be mostly sunny to partly sunny with afternoon highs climbing into the low 90s. Scattered showers and thunderstorms could develop along the sea breeze during the afternoon and evening.
For Father’s Day, temperatures will warm quickly with afternoon highs topping out in the low 90s, with feel-like temperatures ranging anywhere from 98°-101°. Skies will be mostly sunny with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing off the sea breeze and from the heating of the day.
Sarahan dust layer headed for the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico next week. The dust will likely impact respiratory systems and create favorable conditions for harmful algae blooms around the Sunshine State.
The Mars Perseverance rover mission is part of NASA’s Mars Exploration Program. This mission addresses high-priority science goals for Mars exploration, including key questions about the potential for life on Mars.
Mostly sunny skies with afternoon highs topping out in the low 90s with feel-like temperatures ranging from 94-97 degrees. A few pop up showers and thunderstorms are possible in the afternoon and evening.
Skies will be mostly sunny with atmospheric moisture increasing throughout the day. This increase in moisture will interact with the heating of the day and the sea breeze, which will allow scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms to return in the afternoon and evening.