TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Today was damp at times, the showers and thunderstorms will move inland during the evening hours and eventually dry out during the late evening.

Tonight will be cloudy and not too hot, with temperatures hovering in the upper 70s.

The onshore wind pattern is in place for the next two days. Winds from the Gulf of Mexico push showers and storms onto the coastline in the morning.

The best chance for downpours will be 11am-4pm. The rain tapers off before sunset, but the clouds linger around.

The earlier rain and extra clouds help keep highs in the upper 80s, which is below average for mid-September.

The pattern shifts for Wednesday and Thursday, and the mornings will be mostly dry again. Watch for heavy thunderstorms late in the day, especially east of I-75.

Afternoon highs stay slightly below average through the week.

The tropics are relatively quiet right. now. There are two waves coming off Africa that only have 20% chances to develop over the next five days.

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