We’ll have classic Florida weather Tuesday evening. We will have scattered storms develop along the Gulf sea breeze. There is a 40 percent chance you will see a storm this evening. After 10 p.m., just about all showers and storms will be history and skies will gradually become mostly clear.
Wednesday morning will be really nice with sunny skies, though it will be on the muggy and warm side with temperatures in the upper 70s. Around 1 p.m. skies will become partly cloudy. At 2 p.m., we will have a few showers developing along the immediate Gulf Coast and inland. As the day progresses, the spotty storms will continue to develop and drift to the west. There is a 40 percent chance you will see a storm tomorrow. You might even want one of these storms to cool things off with high temps once again in the lower to middle 90s.
Tropical Storm Bill moved ashore 45 miles NE of Corpus Christi, TX Tuesday afternoon. It will continue to bring heavy rain to eastern Texas, an area already saturated from recent rain. Areas as far north as St. Louis and Ohio will also receive some of the tropical rain remnants in a few days.
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