TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — A typical summertime pattern is setting up for the work week across the Tampa Bay area with dry and mild mornings, hot afternoons and showers and thunderstorms developing each day.

The storms that are out there this evening will diminish after sunset, skies will clear out and temperatures will drop into the upper 70s for Monday morning. Mostly sunny skies to start the day will allow temperatures to warm up very quickly with highs slightly above average, in the low to mid-90s.

Clouds will build and rain chances will increase after 1:00 p.m. Storms will be scattered across the area through the middle of the afternoon and drift toward the coast in the evening.

Although rain chances are slightly lower Tuesday and Wednesday thanks to slightly drier air moving in, storms are still possible in the afternoon. Temperatures will be very hot each day with highs in the low to mid-90s.

There will be an increase in rain chances toward the end of the week.

The National Hurricane Center continues to track two areas of possible tropical development. Invest 94L has a high chance of developing into a tropical depression over the next 5 days.

Forecast models continue to keep this tropical wave well to the south of the United States through next week.

The second area of possible development is in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Showers and thunderstorms will generally drift west toward the coastline of the Louisiana and Texas. The National Hurricane Center gives it a near zero chance of developing in the next two days and just a 20% chance of developing to the next 5 days. At the very least, the coast of Texas and Louisiana can expect an increase in rain chances for the middle of the week.