TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Today we saw a few passing showers ahead of a cold front that is stalling out across our area. We will see a few southern and inland showers through sunset, but should dry out after that. Overnight temperatures will sink down into the mid 70s for most of us, with cooler temperatures along the Nature Coast. Enjoy a more refreshing breeze this evening and into tomorrow, winds will be out of the northeast. The front will lower our humidity a bit, which will make it feel a little nicer outside for the next several days.
With the front stalled in our southern areas, we still have a 20% chance of a quick shower or two tomorrow, but it should be mostly dry. Still warm with highs near 90, but the humidity will be a little more bearable.
The front hangs around through Saturday before finally making a push farther south on Sunday. That push will keep the humidity comfortable and slim rain chances into the beginning of next week.
Tropical Storm Sam has formed in the eastern Atlantic and it may even become a strong hurricane as it slowly heads into the central Atlantic. We have a lot of time to monitor this system.