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    Wednesday, August 27 2014
Suncoast Weather
Info
  Wed Thu Fri
Tampa
Partly Cloudy
Hi
94
Pcpn
10%
Partly Cloudy
Lo Hi
93
Pcpn
10% 20%
Scattered Thunderstorms
Lo Hi
92
Pcpn
20% 30%
Sarasota-
Bradenton
Partly Cloudy
Hi
94
Pcpn
10%
Scattered Thunderstorms
Lo Hi
93
Pcpn
10% 40%
Scattered Thunderstorms
Lo Hi
92
Pcpn
30% 30%
Fort Myers
Partly Cloudy
Hi
95
Pcpn
20%
Thunderstorms
Lo Hi
94
Pcpn
20% 60%
Scattered Thunderstorms
Lo Hi
93
Pcpn
30% 40%
Info
Tampa, FLSarasota-Bradenton, FLFort Myers, FL
 Tampa Climate
Tuesday Hi 93° (+3)
Lo 74° (-2)
Rain 0.00 in. (-0.26)
Rain  Month
Year
5.42 in. (-1.12)
39.20 in. (+6.71)
Averages Records
Wed Hi
Lo
90°
76°
Hi
Lo
95° (1947)
67° (1921)
Sun Info Moon Phase
Wed Rise
Set
706 AM
756 PM
Current Phase of the Moon
Thu Rise
Set
707 AM
755 PM
 Sarasota-Bradenton Climate
Tuesday Hi 95° (+5)
Lo 75° (0)
Rain 0.00 in. (-0.28)
Rain  Month
Year
2.23 in. (-5.46)
29.74 in. (-7.14)
Averages Records
Wed Hi
Lo
90°
75°
Hi
Lo
97° (1923)
65° (1930)
Sun Info Moon Phase
Wed Rise
Set
707 AM
756 PM
Current Phase of the Moon
Thu Rise
Set
707 AM
755 PM
 Fort Myers Climate
Tuesday Hi 93° (+1)
Lo 74° (-1)
Rain 0.00 in. (-0.34)
Rain  Month
Year
6.13 in. (-2.35)
28.59 in. (-10.82)
Averages Records
Wed Hi
Lo
92°
75°
Hi
Lo
96° (1998)
67° (1917)
Sun Info Moon Phase
Wed Rise
Set
705 AM
753 PM
Current Phase of the Moon
Thu Rise
Set
705 AM
751 PM
Info
High Monday 112° in Death Valley Ca
Low Tuesday 32° in West Yellowstone Mt
Info
- Spring snowstorm barging into Colorado Wyoming
- Friday's forecast: Central U.S. storms rage on
- Report: Truck carried 27 miles by tornado in Arkansas
- Cities in U.S. will absorb the heat of climate change
- Story of truck carried 27 miles by tornado is debunked
- Severe storms flooding rain hit North Texas
- Report: Climate change is here and getting worse
- Wednesday's forecast: Storms for central U.S. hot South
On August 27, 1964 ...
Hurricane Cleo moved northward into Biscayne Bay early on the 27th and continued northward a short distance inland and roughly parallel to the Florida east coast all the way to Jacksonville by midday on the 28th. Strongest winds and greatest damages were in a 20 to 35 mile wide strip from Miami to Melbourne. Storm intensity north of Melbourne was such that only minor damages resulted. The storm surge ranged from 3 to 6 feet along the Southeast Florida coast with no serious tidal damage reported. Principal damages were glass breakage in unprotected store fronts of Miami Beach hotels and motels and other unprotected glass. Many buildings suffered water damage after the windows gave away. Other major damages were uprooted trees, disrupted communications and power failures in the southern sections, sand blasted buildings and automobiles, overturned parked aircraft and agricultural losses. Storm total rainfall varied from 5 to 8 inches in the coastal areas of Southeast Florida to mostly between 3 and 5 inches in the coastal areas farther north. Three tornadoes were reported, causing minor injuries.