TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We saw areas of rain moving onshore throughout the day, and the possibility of smaller coastal showers exists in our overnight forecast, especially in our northern counties.
Tonight will be damp and muggy, with overnight lows sinking down to around 80 degrees.
The rain chance increases to 40% Tuesday and up to 50% on Wednesday. Highs on those days will be closer to 90 degrees. The heaviest rainfall will be along the coastline from Pinellas county north, into Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus counties.
Later this week, the onshore wind pattern begins to fade. Winds will start to come predominately out of the southeast. This is considered the classic summer storm pattern with morning sunshine and stronger afternoon thunderstorms developing.