TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We saw scattered afternoon showers and then an evening deluge, working its way slowly from our inland counties back out to the Gulf.

Temperatures topped out in the low 90s despite the clouds and showers. Overnight temperatures will sink down into the upper 70s under mostly cloudy skies.

Monday starts off muggy and a tad cloudy. We will warm up into the low 90s during the day. We have an early chance for a few coastal showers, and a late afternoon chance for storms to develop over our inland counties. Some of those storms drift back out to the Gulf around sunset.

Tuesday’s rain should start a little earlier near the coast and spread inland by the afternoon. Overall, the rain should end a bit earlier on Tuesday as well. There’s a 50% rain chance with highs near 90 degrees.

The rest of the week is setting up like typical summer days with highs in the low 90s and a good amount of afternoon and evening storms.

The tropics are beginning to get more active. There are four tropical waves in the Atlantic and Caribbean we are watching, but only one has a likely chance of developing into the next tropical depression or storm. That wave will head toward the Bahamas in the next five days. You can read a detailed break down of what we know so far about how that system will develop.

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