Tampa Bay Weather
A day of dread in Tampa Bay as Hurricane Irma battered the state
Increasingly, it looks like a late-season tropical disturbance in the Atlantic Ocean will not develop as forecasters originally thought it might.“This system has not become any better organized over the past 24 hours, and environmental conditi...
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A tropical disturbance is likely to develop into a cyclone over the next few days, according to the National Weather Service. But by the mid-week a cold front moving east should carry the storm away.
Hurricane season may be winding down, but there’s still a chance for more weather systems to develop as November 30 draws closer.
Some areas of dense, but patchy fog Friday morning will lead to a sunny, unseasonably warm day throughout the Tampa Bay area ahead of a brief weekend cold front.
Thursday's temperatures will rise to around 86 degrees, six degrees higher than the seasonal normal. This trend of warm weather will continue through the weekend but a possible cooldown is incoming.
Many Florida advocates hoped to find a champion of LGBTQ rights in the state’s next governor.With no state or federal protections, queer and trans Floridians — and Americans — often must rely on sparse local anti-discrimination o...
It should be another warm and muggy day around Tampa Bay. Temperatures are expected to rise to the mid to upper 80s with slight cloud cover. Expect isolated showers in the late afternoon.
There should be plenty of sunshine throughout Election Day with only a slight chance of rain. As the polls open, temperatures are in the low 70s but will quickly rise up by the afternoon.
Saturday's crisp, clear day seems like only a tease to the fall to come, as a warm front will dominate the Tampa Bay forecast for most of the week.
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