TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – After three days of record-setting heat, we made it back into the low 90s again, making for a toasty warm afternoon. We will be mostly dry this evening meaning we are in for a slow cool down this evening.
The weekend starts out in the mid 70s on Saturday and warms up close to 90° under mostly sunny skies. Expect only a 10% chance for a stray afternoon shower. Saturday evening will be warm, slowly cooling down overnight.
Sunday a cold front will push through our area. Expect a small chance for a stray shower or two as the front pushes through Sunday morning. If we end up seeing a shower or two, they would be more likely to the north of I-4. The front pushes through and our skies clear out for the day on Sunday. Expect dropping humidity and slightly cooler temperatures.
Sunday evening will be lovely! Expect lower humidity and temperatures turning cooler than we have gotten used to.
Monday morning this round of Faux Fall peaks, with temperatures in the mid to low 60s and crisp low humidity. Expect sunny skies and afternoon temperatures in the mid 80s. Monday night turns lovely quickly as temperatures cool into the upper 60s overnight.
Tuesday doesn’t stink, starting out in the upper 60s and warming into the mid 80s.
Wednesday, partly cloudy skies and slightly warmer temperatures.
The humidity and heat begins to creep back into our forecast by the end of the week. We may see a few much needed showers by Friday.