TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We saw increasing clouds this afternoon with temperatures topping out in the low 90s. A round of inland showers and storms will fade after sunset this evening. The night will be slow to cool, only making it down into the upper 70s.

We’ve been heating up will into the low 90s for the past few days, which is above average for us. The average high for Tampa has reached 90 degrees for the first time this year. The average high increases to 91 on June 12, and it stays there into August.

A weak front arrives tomorrow, so our rain chances increase to 50%. There will still be areas where it doesn’t rain, but the extra clouds will help hold highs in to the upper 80s. Expect a round or two of downpours, moving into our area from the Gulf, possibly fading as they move onshore and then later redeveloping over our inland counties.

Rain chances over the next 5 days.

Showers linger around into early Saturday before the front washes out as it pushes south. Highs will still be near 90 degrees on Saturday with the best rain chances before 3pm.

Overall, it will be drier on Sunday, but there is a 30% chance of storms forming after 3pm. Temperatures climb into the low 90s Sunday afternoon.

Memorial Day weekend forecast with a few chances for showers.

For Memorial Day, I’d keep an umbrella handy, but it certainly won’t rain all day. There’s a 40% rain chance mainly in the afternoon and evening with highs in the low 90s.

A more typical summer pattern is in place for most of next week with highs near 90 and rounds of afternoon storms.