ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The east wind pattern will continue for a few days. This will bring drier mornings with more sunshine.
- Winds shift
- Weekend pattern change
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Evening storms will be mainly in the coastal counties. Storms will move slowly, so some rain totals may be high. Storms will move into the Gulf of Mexico late.
Overnight will be partly cloudy, with light winds. Lows will be near 70 north to mid 70s around Tampa Bay.
Sunday will have east winds again, but deeper moisture will build in from the south. Skies will be partly sunny.
But the coverage of showers and storms will be higher. Scattered storms will develop in the afternoon along the sea breeze and will move slowly.
By evening storms will be in the coastal counties. Highs will be near 90.
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On Monday, scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop in the afternoon and evening. The morning will be dry.
High temperatures will be near 90. Deep moisture will keep skies mostly cloudy.
On Tuesday, winds will be light. Storms will be likely in the afternoon, but we cannot rule out some rain in the morning.
By Wednesday, an onshore wind returns. Showers and storms will start earlier in the day, although the coverage will likely drop as slightly drier air moves in overhead. Southwest winds will be a little breezy.
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