Tracking rain and strong storms through Wednesday


A frontal boundary stalling across the Tampa Bay area and several waves of low pressure will result in unsettled weather through Wednesday evening. On Monday skies will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers and increasing storm chances Monday evening through the early morning hours of Tuesday. Rain coverage on Monday will be around 50% - 60%.

We look to get a little break in the action before another round moves through midday Tuesday through Tuesday evening. A final round of weather will push through during the day on Wednesday before a cold front finally clears us out Thursday. Rain coverage Tuesday through Wednesday will be around 90%. We'll be watching the storms very closely for the possibility of severe weather and will alert you immediately if you need to take cover.

On Thursday, sustained northwesterly winds from 10 - 15 mph with gusts as high as 21 mph will bring a cooler and drier air mass to the area. High temps on Thursday will be near 79 degrees, with lows dropping into the mid 60's for the Bay area. Right now next weekend looks great with mainly dry conditions and mostly sunny skies.

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