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Current conditions - Mostly Cloudy
73°
Mostly Cloudy
Humidity
68%
Wind direction
Wind speed
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Hourly Forecast

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Wed
1 PM
Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
72°
0%
6 mph
NNW
Wed
2 PM
Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
74°
0%
7 mph
NW
Wed
3 PM
Sunny
Sunny
76°
0%
7 mph
NW
Wed
4 PM
Sunny
Sunny
78°
0%
8 mph
NW
Wed
5 PM
Sunny
Sunny
79°
0%
9 mph
WNW
Wed
6 PM
Sunny
Sunny
80°
0%
10 mph
WNW
Wed
7 PM
Sunny
Sunny
82°
0%
10 mph
WNW
Wed
8 PM
Sunny
Sunny
80°
0%
12 mph
WNW
Wed
9 PM
Sunny
Sunny
79°
0%
12 mph
WNW
Wed
10 PM
Mostly Clear
Mostly Clear
77°
0%
10 mph
WNW
Wed
11 PM
Mostly Clear
Mostly Clear
75°
0%
9 mph
NW
Thu
12 AM
Mostly Clear
Mostly Clear
72°
0%
7 mph
NNE
Thu
1 AM
Mostly Clear
Mostly Clear
71°
0%
6 mph
N
Thu
2 AM
Clear
Clear
69°
0%
5 mph
NW
Thu
3 AM
Clear
Clear
68°
0%
3 mph
WNW
Thu
4 AM
Clear
Clear
67°
0%
3 mph
NW
Thu
5 AM
Clear
Clear
67°
0%
5 mph
NW
Thu
6 AM
Clear
Clear
66°
0%
5 mph
NNW
Thu
7 AM
Clear
Clear
65°
0%
5 mph
NNW
Thu
8 AM
Clear
Clear
63°
0%
6 mph
N
Thu
9 AM
Clear
Clear
62°
0%
6 mph
N
Thu
10 AM
Sunny
Sunny
60°
0%
7 mph
N
Thu
11 AM
Sunny
Sunny
58°
0%
7 mph
NNE
Thu
12 PM
Sunny
Sunny
60°
0%
7 mph
NNE

LATEST WEATHER NEWS

  1. Sunday's seven-day forecast from Spectrum Bay News 9.
  2. The National Weather Service has confirmed that two tornadoes spun out of our rough weather over the weekend, one in Bradenton and the other Winter Haven. Damage to homes was reported in both.
  3. An unidentified patron walks from Rum Runners at the Key West Center Sunday in Palm Harbor. Strong winds ripped a portion of the roof off and downed power lines in the area Sunday.
  4. This April 9 image shows the eruption of La Soufrière Volcano from Rillan Hill in Saint Vincent. La Soufriere erupted Friday for the first time in 40 years on the Caribbean island of Saint Vincent, prompting thousands of people to evacuate, seismologists said.
  5. The Tampa Bay region is forecasted to see thunderstorms and showers this weekend, after a warm Saturday morning.
  6. The first major forecast of the 2021 season is out from Colorado State University. This GOES-16 GeoColor satellite image provided by NOAA shows destructive Hurricane Sally on Sept. 15, 2020.
  7. Parishioners gathered for First Unity Spiritual’s sunrise Easter service along the St. Petersburg waterfront, listen to a spiritual message as the sun rises, Sunday, April 4, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  8. After a chilly start in the mornings, Easter weekend brings warm days and sunny skies, according to Spectrum Bay News 9. Temperatures return to normal next week, with no chance of rain through Thursday.
  9. This GOES-16 GeoColor satellite image taken Sept. 15, 2020 shows Hurricane Sally moving slowly towards the U.S. coast from the Gulf of Mexico and passing by Florida and the Tampa Bay area.
  10. Sunday's seven-day forecast for Tampa Bay from Spectrum's Klystron 9 radar.
  11. Flooding from heavy rains submerged cars Sunday along Interstate 24 near Antioch Pike in Nashville, Tenn.
  12. Jannel Villalba, 19 a pre-med student enjoys the warm temperatures while studying in her hammock at the University of Tampa along the Hillsborough River on Thursday.
  13. University of Tampa junior Kali Ray, 20 enjoys the warm temperatures while reading a book under her hammock at the University of Tampa on Thursday, March 25, 2021 in Tampa.
  14. Beach goers enjoy Pier 60 and the surf along Clearwater Beach Tuesday, March 16, 2021. Tampa Bay is expecting record-breaking heat with temperatures in the 90s this weekend.
  15. Fallen trees cover the ground by weather-damaged properties in Clanton, Ala., on Thursday after a large outbreak of severe storms across the southeast. Possible tornadoes knocked down trees, toppled power lines and damaged homes in multiple locations across the state of Alabama.
  16. The Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) aboard NOAA's GOES East captured this view of Hurricane Dorian overnight on Sept. 4, 2019. The retirement of four names for hurricanes continues the tradition of avoiding the repetition of names from storms that inflict significant damage and deaths. They will join 89 others in retirement, which includes others like Harvey, Katrina, Maria, Mitch and Irma.
  17. Clouds are reflected in the water Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020 in Ozona. After a warm start to the week, a cold front is expected to bring highs into the low 70s through Sunday.
  18. This National Weather Service map shows the areas under threat of severe thunderstorms or tornadoes.
  19. This May 27, 2020 satellite image made available by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows Tropical Storm Bertha approaching the South Carolina coast. On Wednesday, a World Meteorological Organization committee plans to discuss whether the Atlantic hurricane season should start on May 15 instead of the traditional June 1.
  20. The rates for flood insurance are expected to increase soon.
  21. Aerial drone images of the neighborhood surrounding Publix Rd. where an EF-2 tornado ripped through the area overnight Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019 in Kathleen.
  22. Deb Canning, 62, from Kenneth City, relaxes while reading a book at the City of Gulfport Municipal Beach, on Friday, March 12, 2021 in Gulfport. "Our spring has been fabulous,"Canning said about the weather. "I love Gulfport. I do beach yoga here. It's close and not near as congested as St. Pete Beach."
  23. A leafroller hangs in an oak tree in Clearwater.

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