Florida is full of places that make you feel like you’ve been transported to another country, but nothing quite does that more than the weather! This week, Tampa residents can take a mini-trip to the Amazon Rainforest just by stepping out of their front doors. With soaring temps and torrential rain, Tampa's weather will feel like the Amazon Rainforest this week.\nThe Weather Channel reports that while Tampa Bay mornings have been starting off cool, temps are predicted to soar up to the low 90s for the next 15 days.\nIn contrast, the Amazon Rainforest in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil is looking at temperatures hovering in the mid-80s all week. Can you say welcome to the Florida jungle?\nAll that Sunshine State heat doesn't necessarily mean you're in for clear sailing to beach days this weekend though. There's a 50-80% chance for rain all week. Thunderstorms will be possible in 10 out of the next 15 days as well but are expected mostly in the evenings.\nThe Weather Channel\nThe Brazilian Amazon is predicted to see a characteristic 40% to 60% chance of rain daily, with scattered thunderstorms to boot. Humidity levels in the rainforest hover anywhere between 68% and 94% daily.\nHumidity levels for Tampa Bay are predicted to range anywhere from 62-79% throughout the week.\nView this post on Instagram busted! 🌤👈🏼 everyone ROMAINE🥗 calm. he still exists. #stopraining #wedasunshinestate #sunbye A post shared by cheyenne brooks (@cheybeeshrimpfry) on Jun 6, 2017 at 5:36pm PDT\nThe National Weather Service reports that isolated storms in the Atlantic off of Florida's southwest coast also have the potential to push north through The Gulf and drench the west coast even more.\nAnd just last week, some beaches near the Tampa area had nearly disappeared under swelling tides.\nTBW issues Surf Zone Forecast (SRF) https://t.co/tZTYLWK1KD— NWS Tampa Bay (@NWSTampaBay) June 16, 2020\nWhile conditions aren’t currently hazardous, they can sometimes change on a dime. It’s always a good idea to be prepared and have shelter in mind, just in case.\nFloridians are no strangers to fluctuating conditions, but staying alert and checking in with weather updates will keep you in the know before you go to those sandy shores!