TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Toasty warm again today- topping out in the upper 80s. The showers and storms that fired up were more limited, and we’ll see a few inland pockets of rain this evening drifting back out towards the coastline as they fade this evening.

Expect a muggy night, slowly clearing. Temperatures will sink down into the mid to low 70s by early Thursday morning.

Thursday starts out in the low 70s and warms up to near 90° for the afternoon hours. The rain chance drops to just 20% Thursday with only a few isolated, inland afternoon showers

It will be mostly dry Friday with just a 10% rain chance. A stronger breeze off the Gulf of Mexico pushes any showers that form over to Florida’s east coast. Afternoon highs will warm up to 88°.

Expect more widespread showers that even start earlier in the day for Saturday. The clouds and rain help hold highs into the mid 80s. Saturday’s rain chance is 40%, and there’s a 30% rain chance on Mother’s Day.

We do see some lower humidity in the forecast early next week with highs still in the upper 80s.