We are starting this Monday off with a few storms right along the immediate coast and sunshine inland. The storms will move to more inland locations by this afternoon as winds turn to the SW. There is an upper level low moving over north Florida. This will bring cooler temperatures aloft and that cooler air could spark some strong storms, mainly north of Tampa. The main threat would be hail and gusty winds.
Tuesday will bring more rain, but those chances will be dipping to 40-50% from today's 60%. The slow drying trend continues as we work into Wednesday and Thursday. The pattern change responsible for this lower rain chances does include more S-SW winds. These winds could produce a shower along the immediate coast the next few mornings.
Today: Morning storms along the coast, then storms build inland. Some storms could be strong mainly N & E of Tampa. Winds will be S-SW 10 mph with highs near 88.
Tonight: Partly cloudy skies with lows in the mid 70s. There will be an isolated shower along the immediate coast close to sunrise.
Meteorologist Bobby Deskins