TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We’ll be stuck in the same onshore flow weather pattern to get the new work week started. Expect another early start to the scattered showers and storms Monday.
The bulk of this evening’s batch of showers and storms has shifted into far inland areas. More scattered showers are possible overnight with the muggy west wind off of the Gulf. Overnight low temperatures will be very mild only dropping into the upper 70s to around 80 degrees.
Scattered showers and storms will continue to develop, move onshore and inland throughout the day on Monday. Look for some sunshine outside of the quick moving showers with high temperatures around 91 degrees. The overall rain chance Monday is 50%.
Some slightly drier air will cut our rain chances some by the middle part of the week. Overall, we’ll see very little change to our weather pattern over the next several days.
TRACKING THE TROPICS: A small area of low pressure in the northeastern Gulf has a LOW 20% chance of tropical development over the next couple of days. Conditions may become more favorable for development on this disturbances emerges out into the Atlantic.