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A Clearwater house sustained minimal damage to the roof after it was struck by lightning this afternoon.
TAMPA — It’s July; it’s Florida; it’s hot.
Hot, humid conditions again will prevail this weekend, with a chance a thunderstorm could disrupt your fireworks watching on the Fourth of July.
Expect the the typical summer weather pattern today through the Fourth of July weekend in the Tampa Bay area. Cookouts, beach trips and fireworks shows could be affected by isolated showers and storms, so keep an eye on the radar.
It will be hot and humid again today in the Tampa Bay area, with calm winds and heat indices possibly breaking 100 in some locales.
It’s a steamy day in the Tampa area, with a humid southwest flow off warm Gulf waters pushing across the state.
TAMPA — Many will remember June as a month of darkened skies, rumblings from approaching thunder and dripping umbrellas, but rain over the past 30 days — it turns out — was just about normal.
After a relatively hot, dry weekend, Tampa-area residents can expect a much wetter start to the work week.
TAMPA — Miss Piggy is flying again.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Authorities say a lightning strike has killed an Orlando woman and injured several others who were taking shelter under a tree in the Mogollon (MUH’-ghi-ohn) Rim in northern Arizona.
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