Drier air in the upper levels of the atmosphere has moved into the Tampa Bay area and that has kept rain more isolated on Sunday, WFLA-TV Bryan Bennett says.
Sunday evening looks dry for most people, but still very warm. Overnight ,with a southwest wind and partly cloudy sky, temps will only fall to about 80 degrees, Bennett says.
Monday afternoon, an area of high pressure and drier air will contribute to lower rain chances. Rain, if any, will be mostly mainly inland in the afternoon. Temps will warm quickly and top out in the mid 90s for most.