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Forecast: Warm, wet conditions to last through the workweek across Tampa Bay

After a few scattered showers and storms around the Tampa Bay area Sunday night, Monday morning starts off dry.

But it won't stay that way.

[WTSP]

Check the latest Tampa Bay-area live radar:

The rain should begin to pop up along the coast by midday, but most of the storms are expected to shift inland fairly quickly, according to 10Weather WTSP meteorologist Grant Gilmore.

Meanwhile, temperatures will steadily climb into the upper 80s and low 90s by the afternoon, Gilmore said.

As we begin to lose the day's heat, a few showers and storms will begin to drift back to the west, Gilmore said, potentially revisiting those along the coast during the first half of the overnight hours.

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The showers and storms will gradually dissipate, leaving partly cloudy skies for Tuesday morning.

A slightly better chance for afternoon showers and storms takes place midweek — particularly Tuesday through Thursday — as a little more moisture is pumped into the region, Gilmore said.

Contact Samantha Putterman at sputterman@tampabay.com. Follow her on Twitter @samputterman.

Tampa Bay's 7 day forecast. [WTSP]

Tampa Bay's 7 day forecast. [WTSP]

Forecast: Warm, wet conditions to last through the workweek across Tampa Bay 07/17/17 [Last modified: Monday, July 17, 2017 7:05am]
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