TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We topped out in the mid 80s today with occasional clouds. We see a few inland showers firing up along the sea breeze as it progresses eastward. The showers should fade or move out of our area by 10 p.m. We are left with mostly cloudy skies and patchy fog forming overnight into early Friday.

Friday looks pretty similar to what we experienced today. We wake up muggy, in the low 70s and warm up into the upper 80s. We expect a few inland showers to fire up during the late afternoon/evening hours as the sea breeze moves inland.

Expect a steamy day Saturday with highs in the upper 80s. Make sure to stay hydrated if you’re outside for long periods of time.

The humidity remains high for Easter Sunday, so those sunrise services may feel muggy. The rain chance is slightly higher Sunday afternoon, especially for inland spots. We have a 20% chance of rain, and that increases to 40% on Monday when a cold front arrives.

Behind the front, temperatures return to average for mid-April in the low-mid 80s, and the humidity will drop. We will be waking up in the refreshing 60s for most of next week. Afternoon temperatures will warm into the low to mid 80s, but with less humidity it will feel much nicer.