A strong storm brought tornado warnings and reports of waterspouts to Pinellas County late Tuesday. The most dangerous of the weather stayed south of Hillsborough County. There were no immediate reports of damage, however.
The storms will pass, leaving partly cloudy skies and overnight lows in the mid-70s, according to WFLA meteorologist Steve Jerve.
High pressure will continue to send a southeast wind toward the Tampa Bay area throughout Wednesday with a few showers or storms possible later.