TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Today we topped out in the low 90s, but were cooled down nicely by scattered evening storms. The coastline has the best chance to stay dry for the evening thanks to a sea breeze.

Temperatures will hover in the upper 70s and low 80s overnight, making for a muggy start to the holiday weekend.

On Saturday. clouds will develop by the late morning hours and a few isolated showers will pop up along the coast in the early afternoon. Rain chances go up to a 60% for the late afternoon and early evening hours, most numerous over our inland areas. Storms will drift back toward the coast this evening and dry out overnight.

The summertime pattern continues through the holiday weekend with showers and thunderstorms developing each afternoon. It will be hot before the rain arrives with highs and low low to mid-90s.

Our fireworks forecast does include decreasing rain chances each evening this weekend but there will still be showers around between 8:00 and 10:00 p.m. every night.

Afternoon storms continue into next week as well, but they will be more limited by the end of next week thanks to lower amounts of moisture in our atmosphere.