Beautiful weather will continue on Monday with dry conditions and comfortable temps.
Wake-up temps on Monday morning are in the low to mid-60s for most areas with only a few patches of fog across inland areas. We'll see plenty of sunshine throughout the morning with increasing clouds late in the day. Afternoon highs will peak in the mid 80s.
Moisture will begin to increase early Tuesday with increasing cloud cover and a chance of rain by Tuesday night. Low rain chances will continue through the end of the work week with tropical moisture coming out of the Gulf. While moisture will increase significantly across South Florida, dry weather looks to continue for the north half of the state. Our highest rain chances will be for areas south of Tampa Bay, whereas the Nature Coast has the least chance of rain over the next five days.
In the tropics, we are keeping our eye on an area of low pressure that has developed in the extreme southwestern Bay of Campeche. This area of disturbed weather is moving NE at 5-10 miles per hour and has a 30% of development in the next five days. We will monitor this system closely and alert you if it looks likely that it will develop and possibly move across the Florida Peninsula. The GFS tracks this area of low pressure across South Florida near Miami. The European model is bringing the moisture further north and closer to the Tampa Bay area.
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