TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Today was warm, cloudy, & humid with late-day widely scattered showers developing, mainly over inland areas. The rain fades after sunset and we will very slowly cool down overnight under mostly cloudy skies.

Saturday will be the wetter day of the weekend- storms develop in the afternoon and increase in coverage through the evening. It won’t rain all day, but you may need to duck inside for cover at times.

The change begins on Sunday. You’ll notice a stronger breeze from the northeast that will bring in some drier air. We lower the rain chance to 40% Sunday.

Next week will be much drier with rain chances just 10%-20% each day. It’ll still be warm in the upper 80s, but the lower humidity makes it feel a little more comfortable in the mornings and in the evenings.

Tropical Storms Phillippe and Rina are in the Atlantic, but both look to stay out to sea.