TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Today was warm & mostly dry. Expect partly cloudy skies to clear overnight as our temperatures sink sown into the upper 60s and low 70s.

Tuesday will be one of the cooler mornings, thanks to westerly winds our wake up temperatures will be in the mid 70s by midweek.

Temperatures will warm quickly Tuesday and the coverage of rain increases slightly to 30%, and the breeze from the Gulf of Mexico will be a bit stronger. That pushes rain farther inland.

By Wednesday the overall wind direction is from the west, coming off the Gulf. Any showers that form will be far inland and will get pushed toward the east coast in the afternoon.

The onshore wind pattern continues on Thursday with a stray shower early near our coast before the rain quickly spreads east again.

Looking ahead to Friday and the weekend, not much rain expected. There will only be 20%-30% rain chances each afternoon with highs near 90.

The weekend looks warm & mostly dry, with temperatures in the upper 80s and low 90s. Rain chances increase at the beginning of next week, it looks like we are easing into rainy season slowly this year.