By Juli Marquez, Bay Information 9 Meteorologist
Final Up to date: Friday, August 25, 2017
ST. PETERSBURG —
An space of low strain is simply offshore the southwest coast of Florida this morning. The low will transfer northeast throughout the peninsula in the present day and tonight.
With deep moisture in place, showers and thunderstorms are possible at the moment. The rain probability is 70 %. A few of the rain can be heavy this afternoon and this night.
- Excessive rain possibilities via Saturday
- Some areas of heavy rain
- Hurricane Harvey strengthens in western Gulf
Excessive temperatures will probably be within the low 90s at present. Low temperatures might be within the mid to higher 70s tonight.
Low strain will transfer northeast towards the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday. We now have a 60 % probability of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow.
Excessive temperatures will probably be round ninety levels.
On Sunday, the low will transfer slowly away from Florida and a few subtropical improvement is feasible whereas it strikes northeast over the western Atlantic.
Within the western Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Harvey continues to strengthen because it strikes towards Texas. For the newest info on Harvey, make sure you watch our Tropical Replace and our Climate on the Nines forecast.
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