TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We saw fewer showers today, but those that did fire up will fade around sunset. Expect a cloudier start to your Friday, with overnight lows sinking down into the mid 70s.

The day starts out mostly dry, but more storms develop through the afternoon and linger into the evening. Overall, there’s a 60% chance of a downpour along with some extra clouds at times.

Late-day downpours return Saturday, and highs stay in the low 90s.

The change begins on Sunday when a northeast breeze develops. That breeze helps bring in less humid air. We still have a 40% chance of afternoon storms on Sunday, but it won’t feel quite as steamy in the afternoon.

Next week, the drier air limits rain chances to just 20% each day. It’ll be a little cooler in the mornings, and it won’t be as muggy in the afternoons. Highs stay in the upper 80s, which is average for late September.