Some storms could linger into Saturday morning. Accumulation still generally looks light, especially given our sun angle this time of year, but up to an inch can not be ruled out in the higher elevations.
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In the Tampa Bay area, the timing looks to be sometime from late morning to mid to late afternoon. Because of the expected progression of this line of storms in the Sunday morning hours, the system may lose some ability to maintain its organization, and some (but not complete) weakening is possible. Quick warm up as we head into next week. Temperatures will then trend warmer all the way into Wednesday, with Wednesday being our warmest day, with highs back in the low 80s, but conditions will remain comfortable.
The rain is finally moving out, but if you haven't already noticed, some much cooler weather is now moving in. Just keeping a slight 20 percent chance for a shower.
Inside look at large tree resting on RV
Valley winds wont be as strong as last week, but may still clock in at around 25 miles per hour. There will be a slim chance of an isolated tornado forming with a slim chance of small hailstones as well, but the primary risk will be strong, damaging winds. "Heavy rain totaling 2-4" possible. Surface winds will be increasing Monday afternoon 15 to 25 miles per hour and gusting at times to 30 miles per hour.
Plenty of sun, breezy and MUCH COOLER.
Boating conditions will be hazardous all day Sunday into Monday. Chilly lows north around 41 and south around 48.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: Low: 31, High: 44.