TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – After a cool start, we warmed into the mid to low 80s this afternoon under sunny skies. This evening will turn mild and be lovely. We are still enjoying low humidity, so it will feel nice and crisp tonight as our temperatures sink down into the low 60s.

We wake up in the upper 50s and low 60s and warm up quickly on Tuesday. Expect to warm into the upper 80s under sunny skies, but still feeling crisp with low humidity. It will be a tad too breezy for most boating, but not as rough as the last weekend.

High temperatures over the next 5 days.

Wednesday starts out barely in the upper 60s and warms right back up into the upper 80s. The humidity starts to creep back in during the day on Wednesday. Expect partly cloudy skies.

Chances for rain over the next 5 days.

By Thursday, a cold front stalls just to our north and introduces a few showers back into the forecast. We have a 20% chance Thursday, mainly late. If you are headed to the Lightning game, the chances for rain build up to 20% as the game wraps up. Widespread storms are not expected, but a few passing showers will develop.

Lightning game forecast for Thursday night.

The best chances for rain will be on Friday, but we do not expect widespread chances for showers.

The front remains to our north into next week, so highs stay above average in the mid to upper 80s.

For your holiday weekend, temperatures will be mild for early egg hunts over the weekend, but by the afternoon ours it will be in the upper 80s, feeling a little muggy. We have an isolated chance for a stray shower or two, mainly over inland areas.