TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The evening showers should fade around sunset. We will be muggy and warm overnight, with temperatures reaching the upper 70s by Saturday morning.
Saturday starts off business as usual, but the winds of change are blowing (lightly.) Expect 5mph winds out of the east and northeast, which will bring much drier air over our area, clearing our skies and lowering our humidity. Just ahead of the drier air, a few isolated showers will pop up and drift towards our coastline.
You’ll notice and enjoy the slightly lower humidity the most in the mornings, beginning on Sunday. We’ll be in the mid to low 70s and feeling lovely outside in the mornings. We drop the rain chance to just 10% for Sunday & Labor Day.
It will still be warm in the afternoons, but the mornings and the evenings should feel a little more comfortable with lower humidity. Expect gusty conditions on Sunday as well.
The humidity remains low Tuesday, so there’s just a 20% chance of rain. In fact, the rain chances are limited for much of next week.