The off and on showers will continue through Tuesday before we start to see a real break on Wednesday. Over the past couple of days, we have seen some pockets of rain with 3-5 inches in some isolated locations.
-Showers popped up across the region but they were not bringing about the rain we hoped for after weeks of very dry weather. The heaviest rain and thunderstorms were over the northern part of Florida and the East coast.
The cold front is getting ready to move over us and in its wake we will be left with some stellar weather for the majority of the work week. The front will bring a few hours of showers and the possibility of some thunderstorms.
After a couple of beautiful weekend days, the week starts on on the same night. By Tuesday night and into Wednesday the next cold front moves in. This one will not do much for our forecast other than cool us off slightly.
The high pressure system over the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico have helped to bring about some pretty fantastic weather along the Suncoast. Lots of dry air and sunny conditions helped to drive temperatures into the 80′s today after a chilly start this morning.
The next cold front moves down the state tomorrow and brings the cooler weather and the rain. Monday night our rain chances go up to 70% and the rain will continue into Tuesday. Tuesday will also be the coldest day of the week with highs barely getting up to 70 degrees in many locations.
Two cold fronts are moving in and while the one has brought us cloudy skies and some widely scattered showers and a slight cool down,the next one will bring in the reinforcements....steady, cooler temperatures.
Hot. It was hot today. In fact, we tied the record for the same temperature as we had last year on the same day! We reached 86 degrees, and normally we should be 74 for the daytime high with lows in the 50′s. We were 64 degrees last night!