By Juli Marquez, Bay Information 9 Meteorologist
Final Up to date: Tuesday, August 29, 2017
ST. PETERSBURG —
The world of low strain that helped deliver us durations of heavy rain over the previous few days has lastly moved northeastward with a trough lingering throughout central Florida.
We’ve a couple of showers shifting in from the Gulf of Mexico this morning. Showers and thunderstorms will grow to be scattered to quite a few within the afternoon, particularly from about Tampa Bay northward.
- Onshore move
- Some heavy rain in the present day
- Drier and warmer Wednesday
There could possibly be some regionally heavy rainfall once more at the moment however proper now it appears like the perfect potential for this will probably be north of Manatee and Sarasota Counties, the place 7 to twenty inches of rain has fallen within the final three days.
At present’s rain protection is about 50 %.
Excessive temperature will probably be within the higher 80s.
Tonight there shall be some scattered showers and storms within the night then partly cloudy skies in a single day.
Low temperatures might be within the 70s.
Because the low strain strikes shortly northeast, we could have drier circumstances on Wednesday.
Tomorrow’s rain probability is 30 %.
Will probably be partly sunny and warmer with highs within the low to mid 90s.
We should always get again to a extra typical summertime sample for Thursday and Friday with partly sunny skies and scattered showers and thunderstorms every afternoon.
As a consequence of current rainfall, native rivers are operating excessive with the Little Manatee River at Wimauma and the Alafia River at Lithia above flood stage.
A Flood Warning continues for the next rivers:
- Alafia River At Lithia
- Little Manatee River At Wimauma
- Manatee River Close to Myakka Head
- Myakka River At Myakka River State Park
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