ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The anticipated drier air moved in which is why we haven’t seen many showers.
- Only a few showers
- Front moves in Monday
- Drier pattern on the way
An isolated shower or storm is possible overnight into early Sunday, but the coverage will be very limited. The best chance of seeing one will be in Polk, Citrus, or Hernando counties.
Otherwise expect mostly clear skies with lows in the low to mid 70s inland and upper 70s near the coast.
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Sunday will still feature a lot of dry air keeping the rain chance to a minimum, but there will be slightly more moisture than today. Therefore you can expect the rain coverage back up to 20 percent with a few storms popping up. The best chance will be for Citrus, Hernando, Paso, and Polk counties.
Otherwise expect mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with an onshore breeze from the west.
Highs will be in the mid-80s at the beach, upper 80s for most areas, and some low 90s farther inland.
Sunday night will be mainly quiet with lows in the 70s.
Monday will feature a rare June front moving in with an uptick in scattered showers. The rain chance will go up to 40 percent. Behind the front will be more dry air that will keep our rain chances low for the week ahead.
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