TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We topped out in the sticky low 90s, feeling more like the mid 90s today. The storms that developed over our inland counties will drift eastward and out of our counties this evening.
Expect a muggy evening with a slow cool down into the mid to low 70s.
A weak front arrives tomorrow, and it will only increase our rain chance slightly to 20%. We expect Thursday’s showers to not be confined to our inland counties as we have seen with the past several days of rain chances. The extra clouds will hold temperatures in the upper 80s.
Once the front slips south, it will feel a bit less humid. Highs will still be in the upper 80s for Friday and the weekend, but it won’t feel quite as sticky.
Saturday we wake up to a more crisp feeling 67 degrees and warm up under mostly sunny skies into the upper 80s.
Sunday looks similar, waking up in the upper 60s and enjoying the lower humidity as we warm