TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) -We saw an early start to storms today, we saw a few waterspouts throughout the early afternoon, but no damage was reported. We topped out in the upper 80s and low 90s as a result of the intermittent showers throughout the day.

The evening was mostly dry, warm, and muggy. Expect a warm night only sinking down into the low 80s overnight, thanks to our westerly winds.

Watch for those early showers near the coast again tomorrow and another 60% rain chance through the middle of the day. Highs will be in the low 90s.

There’s a 60% rain chance Friday with similar timing and distribution of the storms. The best chance for rain along the coast will be during the morning and mid day, and later in the afternoon hours over inland areas. Temperatures will be in the low 90s at the warmest part of the day.

Saturday is a day of transition from the westerly winds to southeasterly winds. We will see very. very light winds- making for slow moving downpours throughout the day. Temperatures start to warm up into the low to mid 90s.

We break out of that pattern on Sunday, and the storms that form will be mainly in the mid to late afternoon. With more sunshine during the hottest part of the day, highs reach the low-mid 90s.

Typical summer late-day downpours remain in the forecast through the middle of next week, so it stays hot in the low-mid 90s.

The tropics remain relatively quiet still. We are watching one area over Central America that could get better organized in the southwest Gulf of Mexico in the next five days.

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