TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Today was hot & humid, topping out in the mid to low 90s . Expect a warm and muggy overnight ahead. The air will remain thick with humidity, creating a sticky atmosphere. The temperatures, refusing to dip significantly, will ensure a warm night.
We’ll see a few storms pulsing this afternoon, but we expect a break in the showers around dinner time. After 9 p.m. we expect a surge of downpours moving down the center of the state, from the north to the south, making for overnight chances for showers.
Tomorrow, keep an eye out for those pesky midday pop-up showers. The sun might be shining brightly one moment, but don’t be surprised if you find yourself caught under a sudden burst of rain. These quick showers can cool things down momentarily before the sun resumes its reign. The showers move inland by the mid afternoon, and we dry out by 5 p.m, making for a warm and mostly dry night. s.
A few morning showers are possible on Sunday, and the coverage of rain will be slightly better. Rain tapers off quickly in the afternoon.
The onshore wind pattern returns for the first part of next week, so morning showers remain in the forecast Monday and Tuesday.
While the overall coverage of rain through next week stays at 50%, the timing will be slightly different. We should see earlier rain to start the week, and the storms form later in the day for the end of the next week.
It stays hot in the low to mid 90s each day.