ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The front to our north fell apart as expected.
It was just enough to push a little moisture into our atmosphere and therefore we’ve seen a few isolated storms the past couple days.
- High humidity continues
- Better rain chance ahead
- SEE BELOW: See our 7-day forecast ▼
The best coverage has been in Citrus, Hernando, and Polk County.
With a breeze from the west any lingering shower is pushed eastward to the other side of the state.
Otherwise expect partly cloudy to mostly clear skies overnight into early Monday morning.
Lows will be in the low to mid 70s inland and upper 70s near the coast.
Monday will be similar to the past couple days in that there will be enough moisture for a 20 percent coverage of a few storms. So they will be limited, but where the form the rain will be heavy. Consider yourself lucky if you get one.
- WEATHER ON THE GO: Download the Spectrum Bay News 9 app and get Klystron 9 alerts wherever you are
- GET WEATHER ALERTS: Sign up to receive weather text alerts from Spectrum Bay News 9
- Klystron 9 | 7-Day forecast | Tampa Bay-area temperatures | Travel weather
Otherwise expect a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the low 90s for coastal regions and mid 90s inland.
Again there will be a light onshore breeze from the west.
Tuesday will be sunny to partly cloudy with an increase in atmospheric moisture late in the day. So expect an uptick in the coverage of thunderstorms...but most of it coming late in the day into the evening. The coverage will go up to 40 percent.
Highs will still be in the low to mid 90s.
IN THE TROPICS
An area is being monitored in the Bay of Campeche in the far Southwestern Gulf of Mexico. This weak low has a fairly good chance of developing into a tropical depression or tropical storm over the next day or two as it moves toward the Gulf coast of Mexico. The low will produce heavy rainfall along the coast of Mexico and into the mountains. It will not have any impact on Florida weather.
We want your pictures!
Show us what the weather looks like in your neighborhood. Your photo could end up on Spectrum Bay News 9.
- Get the Spectrum Bay News 9 app for iOS or Android
- Tap "Submit Content" at the bottom of the app menu
- Remember to include your name and location