Tampa Weather Today: Showers as Idalia moves up north

Idalia has moved to our north, yet it continues to have an indirect impact on our prediction. Winds from the Gulf of Mexico continue to blow around the storm, keeping it breezy and muggy with highs near 90 degrees.

Rain chances rise to 70% during the day as storms approach the coast and extend inland.

Tomorrow is going to be the same. Storms are likely to form near the coast and move east, with highs nearing 90 degrees once again.

Saturday’s weather pattern shifts, with winds shifting to the northeast. We still have a 30% chance of storms, which will move toward the Gulf of Mexico in the late afternoon.

The northeast winds contribute to lower humidity and drier conditions for the remainder of Labor Day Weekend.

We only have a 20% probability of afternoon thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday. The highs will reach the low 90s, but the decreased humidity will keep it comfortable.

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