Storms move through the Tampa Bay area. View radar in the video player above.

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We’ll continue to see showers for next few hours. Today’s high temperatures reached 89 degrees. Before the rain dissipates, our inland counties will see more action. Showers try to make it back near our coastal areas, some might be successful others dwindle out. We start drying out after 10pm and we’ll stay dry through our overnight hours.

We wake up to a partly cloudy sky, dry conditions and temperatures in the low 70s. You’re going to want to keep your umbrella handy.

The rain chance is slightly higher tomorrow, but most of the rain will still be farther inland. Highs are held in the mid-upper 80s with some extra clouds around.

We have one more day of higher rain chances on Thursday before drier air starts to arrive.

The rain chance drops to 40% Friday, but the driest days will be over Memorial Day weekend. Just a 20% chance of rain Saturday afternoon, and there’s only a 10% chance Sunday.

It will be warmer on those days with highs in the upper 80s again. It is unusually dry for late May with just a 20% chance of a quick shower on Memorial Day and lower humidity.