ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Here's your Tampa area weather forecast for late Thursday into Friday morning, along with a preview of conditions through Saturday.
- Heat and humidity
- Typical July pattern
- Tropics going quiet
We had another round of scattered storms today. That will go down to just an isolated storm chance overnight into early Friday morning.
Otherwise you can expect partly cloudy skies with lows in the low 70s inland and upper 70s near the coast.
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Scattered storms will get a slightly earlier start for Friday, especially in coastal areas. There will be some isolated storms on the gulf for the morning, followed by the sea breeze triggering storms drifting inland from coastal locations as the day goes along.
Otherwise, expect sunny to partly cloudy conditions. Highs will be in the low 90s. The coverage of storms will be at about 40 percent.
The storms will die down Friday evening, with partly cloudy skies and lows in the 70s.
Saturday will feature a 40 percent coverage of scattered storms in the afternoon. Otherwise, it will be partly sunny with highs in the low 90s.
Chris fell apart as a tropical system and became a non-tropical blob of moisture headed into the colder northern Atlantic waters.
The remnants of Beryl are moving well east of Florida, as expected, and still not redeveloping. However, there is a chance that it could slowly redevelop in a day or two, but even if it does it would move northeast away from land and stay out over the open waters.
So for the most part the tropics will get quiet again here over the next week with no threats on the horizon.
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