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Forecast: Irma leaves less heat, light showers across Tampa Bay

Now that Irma has passed, Tampa Bay residents will start to see more typical weather conditions on Tuesday.

[WTSP]

Check the latest Tampa Bay-area live radar:

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Feels-like temperatures around the Tampa Bay area

Winds will be much lighter compared to Monday, and a few light and quick showers will roll in and out throughout the day, said 10Weather WTSP meteorologist Ashley Batey.

Less humidity and slightly lower temperatures follow the storm, Batey said, with highs only reaching into the upper 80s on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Highs in the 90s, and typical summertime afternoon storms, return to the forecast as the week goes on.

MORE ON HURRICANE IRMA:

POWER OUTAGES: Nearly a million Tampa Bay residents still in the dark

TRAFFIC: Reminders for drivers navigating Tampa Bay streets after Irma knocks out power

WHAT'S OPEN? Gas, flights, Publix: All consumers need to know after Irma

Contact Samantha Putterman [email protected] Follow her on Twitter @samputterman.

Tampa Bay's 7 day forecast. [WTSP]

Tampa Bay's 7 day forecast. [WTSP]

Forecast: Irma leaves less heat, light showers across Tampa Bay 09/12/17 [Last modified: Tuesday, September 12, 2017 7:41am]
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