Morning Commute scattered storms Sarasota/Manatee, few showers Tampa Bay
For the morning drive scattered thunderstorms are expected around Sarasota County. That means Sarasota, North Port could be a messy morning commute.
Scattered showers are also possible around the Tampa Bay metro, so keep in mind some wet roads are also possible for Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties, however storms south of the Bay will likely be stronger.
By midday any showers will come to an end and the forecast calls for partly cloudy skies, breezy conditions with winds from the Northwest 5-15mph (some stronger gusts) and high temperatures around 84 degrees.
Increasing clouds come right back for the evening and late night hours Tuesday with an isolated shower also possible.
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By Wednesday and Thursday, the front lifts north again and brings increased rain chances once again.
We'll keep low rain chances in the forecast Friday into next weekend. Daytime highs will stay in the mid- to upper 80s with low temps staying in the low 70s.
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