TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Today was HOT but not quite as humid, we topped out in the mid to lo w90s with a few late afternoon downpours popping up. The storms will build this evening, mostly over inland counties through sunset, at with time they begin to fade.
Expect clear skies overnight and temperatures slowly cooling into the upper 70s. Friday starts off sunny and beautiful and warms quickly. Temperatures will warm into the low to mid 90s for the afternoon.
The chances for rain on Friday build late, firing up around 5 p.m. and lingering until a little after sunset. We expect 50% coverage of the late afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
Saturday will be the wetter day of the weekend. Temperatures will climb into the low to mid 90s before mid afternoon storms begin to pop up.
Sunday an area of drier air moves into our area, slightly lowering our humidity and limiting our afternoon showers.
Monday our moisture levels surge back up to our typical levels, and we expect widespread afternoon showers and storms.
Tuesday will be similar, but the rain chances peak this week on Wednesday, with widespread storms expected.
With Saharan dust still spreading across the Atlantic Ocean, no tropical development is expected in the next five days.
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