TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Today was warm and mostly dry, we have small chances for a stray inland shower as we move through the evening hours. Temperatures will be warm and feel muggy, with an overnight low in the upper 70s.

Saturday will be the better chance to see showers this weekend. We begin the day in the muggy mid to upper 70s and warm quickly. Expect partly cloudy skies by the middle of the day. Around 2 p.m. a round of showers fires up near I-75 along the west coast sea breeze. Showers will also fire up along I-95 along the east coast sea breeze. Both of these lines of storms will drift inland, colliding over the center of our state. The storms will grow in intensity, but slow in forward motion, both of which result in heavy rainfall totals for some inland areas.

Rainfall comparison on Saturday vs Sunday

We go back to 20% rain chances Sunday with the gulf breeze getting stronger again. We continue this pattern through most of next week.

Rain chances are slim all next week with most of the rain heading to the east coast early in the afternoon.

It stays warm and muggy with highs near 90 degrees.

Weather Forecast for Tampa Bay