The cold front to our south has fallen apart. But the north winds we had today have reinforced the dry air, continuing the low humidity through the weekend.
- Some morning fog
- Low humidity continues through the weekend
- No rain for a while
Temperatures will drop off fairly quickly this evening. Skies will start off mostly clear tonight. Low clouds and fog will develop overnight. Lows will be from the upper 40s north to mid to upper 50s around Tampa Bay.
Sunday: Low clouds will clear out by late morning. Then high clouds will move in by the late afternoon. Overall , skies will be partly cloudy to partly sunny. Winds will be light and the humidity stays low. High temperatures will be again in the mid 70s, a few degrees above normal.
Sunday night will bring another round of low clouds and fog. Lows will be about the same as the morning before, in the upper 40s north to the mid to upper 50s around Tampa Bay.
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Monday: Skies will be partly cloudy, with high clouds moving across. Winds will be light out of the east. A sea breeze will be able to form, so the coast will be a bit cooler by the late afternoon. Highs inland will upper 70s while the coastal areas will be in the low to mid 70s.
On Tuesday, the winds will shift to southerly. The humidity will start moving up. It will be a bit breezy and skies will be partly cloudy. There will be a small chance of showers, mainly north of Tampa Bay.
By Wednesday, the next front will be approaching. Enough moisture will move in for a chance of showers with mostly cloudy skies.
The front is likely move through on Thursday, bringing a continued chance of showers. Cooler air will move in for Friday. Don't expect a big cool-down. Temperatures will be near normal for the weekend.
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