ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Severe thunderstorms capable of producing quarter-sized hail moved over parts of the Bay area Sunday afternoon.
- Severe thunderstorm warnings issued for Citrus, Hernando
- Storms on Monday will move toward northwest in late afternoon
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Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for southeastern Citrus and eastern Hernando counties. There were no immediate reports of damage or flooding.
Expect partly cloudy skies through the morning. Some patchy fog is possible. Low temperatures are and will be in the mid to upper 70s again.
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Monday will be partly sunny with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing in the afternoon along the sea breezes and outflow boundaries. Storms will move toward the northwest in the late afternoon through evening. Highs will be in the 90s.
Winds switch to onshore starting Tuesday. Winds will start our southerly then become westerly. That will mean an earlier start to the day for the showers and thunderstorms. Storms should also end earlier and the biggest storms will be in inland by the late afternoon to evening.
The onshore wind pattern should last at least into the end of the work week. Into next weekend, the pattern will likely switch back to a southeast to east prevailing wind.
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