Mostly sunny skies arrive again across the Tampa Bay area, continuing the string of relatively dry weather.
Wednesday kicks off with sunshine and only a handful of morning clouds as temperatures quickly climb from the mid 70s to the low 90s by the afternoon, said 10Weather WTSP meteorologist Grant Gilmore.
Some dry air will keep the showers and storms to a minimum on Wednesday, but a sprinkle or two — particularly south of the bay area — can't be ruled out, Gilmore said.
The sea breeze will be the main culprit for bringing those few isolated showers in as it pushes inland through the second half of the day.
Thursday will see much of the same, Gilmore said, before a building chance of rain starts to ramp up on Friday and into the weekend.
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