ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Skies will be mostly clear, but there will be just enough moisture for a few isolated showers overnight into early Friday morning. There won’t be many, so consider yourself lucky if you get one.
- Onshore breeze
- Front stalls north
- Few more thunderstorms
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Morning lows will be in the low to mid 70s and near 80 at the beach. You can tell we’re definitely into our more typical summer temperatures now.
There will be an increase in moisture leading to a few scattered storms Friday. They will pop up in the afternoon as the sea breeze moves in from the Gulf of Mexico.
Then they will tend to drift inland into the evening. The coverage will not be great, but it will at least be something compared to the totally dry days we’ve been seeing lately.
Expect highs in the low to mid 90s with a 20 percent coverage of isolated storms. A storm could linger into the evening before dying down with mostly quiet conditions.
Lows will be in the mid to upper 70s.
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Saturday will be muggy with an onshore breeze off the gulf, but at least it won’t be as hot as we’ve seen lately. The highs will be in the low 90s.
There will be a 20 to 30 percent coverage of thunderstorms. They will all move eastward through the day, ending up on the other side of the state in the evening.
A weak front will stall just to our north on Sunday, but it will come just far enough south to push slightly drier air into our area. That will result in a lower chance of a storm, and the few we have will move eastward to the other side of the state later in the day due to an onshore breeze off the gulf.
Highs will again be in the low 90s.
Monday will be mainly quiet and dry with highs back up into the mid 90s.
Tuesday will be hot with highs in the mid 90s, but some scattered storms will start popping up in the region. The coverage will be at about 30 percent.
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