10 Day Forecast
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Mostly cloudy skies are forecast for Sunday and for the start of the week as rain moves into the Tampa Bay area for the holidays, according to the National Weather Service.
Updated: 15 hours ago
It will be warm with no rain expected today in the Tampa area, so enjoy it while you can. Before winter officially begins at 6:03 p.m. Sunday, the region will see changes, according to the National Weather Service.
A light northeast to easterly wind flow combined with high clouds will result in a milder night with lows in the mid and upper 40s across the Nature Coast, the National Weather Service says.
Skies will remain partly cloudy and afternoons will be comfortable for at least two more days in the Tampa Bay area, then a cold front increases rains chances Sunday.
High pressure continues to influence the weather across the state, the National Weather Service says.
A cold front passing through the Tampa area has dropped temperatures a bit. It’s not expected to out of the upper 60s this afternoon, the National Weather Service says.
Some patchy ground fog will be possible across much of the Tampa Bay area overnight, the National Weather Service says.
A weak cold front is pushing through the Tampa area today, bringing some clouds and light sprinkles but keeping away the thick fog that blanketed the region Tuesday.
A slightly more westerly low level flow, plus a front tracking south, means that while there will be fog and low clouds Wednesday morning, they are not expected to be like last night and early Tuesday, the National Weather Service says.
Dense fog that blanketed the area this morning, reducing visibility to less than a quarter-mile in many areas, has lifted but could return overnight.
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