TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We warmed up into the mid to upper 80s this afternoon under sunny skies. We did not break our high temperature record for the day of 89°.

The humidity is elevated for this time of the year, and we have a 20% chance for an evening stray shower, mainly over our inland counties. Most of us stay dry, but if you get a late-day shower, it shouldn’t last long.

Once the sun sets this evening, temperatures slowly fall through the 80s while the kids are out trick-or-treating.

We stay near record highs tomorrow with afternoon temperatures in the upper 80s. Once again, there’s just a slim chance of an afternoon shower.

A weak front approaches on Wednesday, but the rain chance is still small. Behind the front, we will feel a dip in the humidity, but the afternoon highs stay in the mid 80s.

The National Hurricane Center is now issuing advisories onTropical Storm Lisa in the Caribbean. The forecast models all agree and take the system due west toward Central America.


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