TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – There’s a slight chance for some spotty showers tonight. Not everyone will see rain but as the humidity increases small, isolated showers are possible.

Temperatures will drop gradually through our overnight hours. We’ll be in the high 70’s by midnight. We are waking up to dry conditions and temperatures in the low to mid 70’s, much warmer than this past weekend. You’re going to want to take your umbrella before stepping outside. Rain chances increase after lunch time.

The rain chance increases to 40% tomorrow afternoon, and it will feel more steamy at times. Highs should still make it into the upper 80s before the storms become widespread.

Our best rain chances are Thursday and Friday. An area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico will enhance the coverage of rain, but the models disagree on when that low passes over the state and into the Atlantic.

The sooner it gets to our east, the quicker our rain chances drop. Right now, we will keep in 30% rain chances starting on Saturday. Highs stay slightly below average into early next week.