Morning showers are passing by and will head north up the coast. Look for less rain south of Tampa Bay.
Mostly cloudy skies Saturday with brief showers, passing sprinkles possible. High temps in the upper 70s and winds will be from the East at 15 mph and gusty.
Sunday cloudy again as a warm front moves overhead. Slight risk for severe storms for Citrus, western Hernando, and Levy Counties. Scattered storms possible through the day and dense sea fog is possible starting in the afternoon and lasting off and on until the front clears late Tuesday. High temps around 80 degrees and winds will be from the E/S 5-20 mph and gusts between 25-35 mph.
Strongest storms and highest threat of severe storms for the Tampa Bay Area will be Tuesday as the cold front passes late evening. Chance of strong storms will continue through Wednesday morning.
Once we clear the front it will be another windy cool down. So Thanksgiving will be beautiful and sunny, but crisp and cool! Citrus County low temps will be in the upper 30's and the Bay Area temps will be in the mid 40's. High temps will only make mid 60's, and cool north winds will run 10-25 mph, but again blue skies and tons of sunshine expected! It looks to sty dry and sunny through Black Friday and the rest of the Holiday Weekend. The next chance of storms looks to hold off until Tuesday the following week.
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