TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Today was quite lovely, with low humidity, sunshine, and cooler temperatures. We topped out in the low 80s.

This evening will cool down nicely through the 70s and into the mid 60s. Sunset should be beautiful, around 7:14 p.m.

We wake up to “windows open” weather for a few hours. Under sunny skies we will warm through the 60s and 70s and into the mid to low 80s for the afternoon.

There are no chances for showers on Thursday and our humidity remains low. Thursday evening will turn cool again under clear skies.

On Friday we start out in the crisp 60s once again. After a cool morning, temperatures continue to climb into the mid 80s by the afternoon. It’s pleasant in the shade and warm in the sun.

No rain expected through the end of the week, and highs remain in the mid 80s. The lower humidity continues as well.

Moisture and humidity begin to increase this weekend, and we add in just a 10% rain chance on Sunday. The rain chance increases to 20% for Monday and Tuesday of next week.

With more humidity and temperatures closer to 90 degrees, it won’t be quite as pleasant to be outside, but it won’t feel like summer either.

Tropical Depression 12 has formed in the eastern Atlantic, but it is expected to stay out to sea. A tropical wave set to head into the Caribbean puts us a little more on guard, but all the models keep this one heading west toward Central America rather than turning north toward the Gulf of Mexico.

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