ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Skies will be mostly cloudy overnight into early Wednesday morning.
- Drier air moving in
- Lower humidity
- Much lower rain chance
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Drier air is slowly moving into the region with a front falling apart near us.
This will help to push most of the moisture out of the area, but we’ll still have some lingering clouds into early Wednesday.
Morning lows will be more comfortable, dropping to the 60s.
Wednesday will feature partly sunny skies. Although the drier air is moving in, there will still be just enough moisture to trigger a couple of isolated showers, but nothing like the past couple days.
Because of the more abundant sunshine we’ll have highs back in the mid to upper 80s.
Drier air will continue moving into the area through the day, with a partly cloudy to mostly clear sky for Wednesday night.
Lows will be very comfortable for this time of year, dropping into the 60s again.
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That will set us up for a very nice Thursday, with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. It will be warmer, with highs in the upper 80s. There will only be a 10 percent chance of a shower late that day.
In general, the forecast will be much drier moving forward. Even though we will have a small chance of a shower each day it will be very limited and isolated.
Friday will be mostly sunny, with highs near 90 and a 10 percent chance of a late day shower.
This weekend is looking very similar. Expect lots of sunshine both Saturday and Sunday with highs near 90.
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