TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We saw passing gusty downpours today, as Idalia pulled away from our area, it continues to pull moisture from the Gulf across the State. The clouds, breeze, and showers kept us from getting too hot today, most of us topped out in the upper 80s and low 90s, but the humidity was formidable.

It’s a similar set-up tomorrow as well. There’s a 60% chance of storms that start near the coast and push east, and highs will be near 90 degrees again.

The weather pattern changes Saturday, and winds turn out of the northeast. We still have a 30% chance of storms, and those downpours will push toward to the Gulf of Mexico in the late afternoon.

The northeast winds help bring less humidity and drier conditions for the rest of the Labor Day Weekend. We only have 20% chances for afternoon storms Sunday and Monday. Highs reach the low 90s, but the lower humidity will keep it feeling comfortable.

Rain chances remain limited through most of next week thanks to the dry air. The early mornings will be rather pleasant next week, in addition to the lower humidity we will wake up in the mid 70s- something we have not done in months. We woke up in the low 80s most mornings this summer.