Updated Forecast For WWE WrestleMania 37 Night Two Could See Scattered Storms

Night one had a sizable weather delay

After a weather delay forced the action on WrestleMania 37's first night to begin later than intended, many are wondering what could be in store for the Tampa area on Sunday night, as there have been reports that more storms could be on the way.

According to the latest forecast on, as of 11 am EST, Tampa is looking at more in the way of thunderstorms, beginning in the early afternoon hours.

The present forecast calls for thunderstorms between noon and 3 pm local time, maxing out with an 84 percent chance of precipitation at 2 pm.

The forecast also has potential storm activity picking up again around 5 pm, and continuing to about the 9 pm hour (one hour into the pay-per-view broadcast).

Contrary to Saturday's forecast, however, the likelihood of precipitation is significantly lower, topping out at 67 percent in the 7 pm hour, and dropping below 50 percent after that.

This, of course, does not mean that rain won't effect the broadcast, nor does it mean that there won't be any delays due to the threat of lightning.

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