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Tonight: Patchy fog after 4am.  Otherwise, partly cloudy, with a low around 60. East wind around 6 mph.
Patchy Fog


Tuesday: Patchy fog before 7am.  Otherwise, mostly sunny, with a high near 82. East wind 5 to 9 mph becoming south southwest in the afternoon.
Patchy Fog
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 Southwest Florida Weather Forecast Discussion - Tampa Bay National Weather Service

FXUS62 KTBW 170100

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Tampa Bay Ruskin FL
800 PM EST Mon Jan 16 2017

Deep layered ridging over the region will maintain mild and dry
conditions across the entire forecast area the remainder of
tonight. Similar to the last several nights ample moisture
trapped below a strong subsidence inversion around 800MB via 00Z
Raob data combined with light winds should again support some
fog development overnight into the pre-dawn hours on Tuesday.

At the moment NARRE/ECAM Vis probs are not that aggressive with
the fog, so will leave patchy coverage in place in the grids and
zones for now. Even though guidance is not to keen on the fog at
the moment, we still could certainly see some patchy dense fog in
some locations toward morning, especially in the normally favored
fog prone areas of the Nature Coast, as well as over interior
central and southwest zones. Temperatures overnight will remain
above seasonal norms with lows in the mid and upper 50s north, and
upper 50s to around 60 central and south. Ongoing forecast is in
good shape with no evening update required at this time.


Some MVFR vsbys from fog may impact the terminal sites between
08-13Z with some localized IFR/LIFR vsbys possible at KLAL and
KPGD, otherwise VFR will prevail. East southeast winds at 5 to 7
knots will diminish to 5 knots or less after 07Z then increase
again at 6 to 8 knots after 14Z with winds becoming southwest to
west at the coastal Taf sites after 20Z as a weak sea breeze
component develops.


Surface high pressure over the western Atlantic extending
southwest across the northern peninsula will maintain east to
southeast winds around 10 knots near shore, and 10 to 15 knots
offshore with seas of 2 to 3 feet over the Gulf waters the
remainder of tonight through Tuesday, with a weak onshore sea
breeze component developing along the coast Tuesday afternoon.
Current forecast has a good handle on things so no changes are
expected in the next forecast issuance later this evening.


Gulf waters...None.



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