TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Today was cloudy and mild, until the clouds cleared late in the afternoon, then temperatures briefly soared up to 89 °. We saw a few spotty inland showers during the afternoon and a cold front will push through overnight.
As the cold front moves through- our skies will clear out and cooler, drier air builds across our area. That turns us cool, with temperatures plunging into the mid to upper 60s early Tuesday morning. It will feel cool and crisp for several hours.
Under mostly sunny skies, temperatures warm up, hitting the mid 80s for the afternoon hours. The low humidity sticks around and we will see building winds during the day between 15-20 mph for most of the day on Tuesday.
You might need to grab a light jacket tomorrow night, expect a cool breeze and rapidly falling temperatures. Lows will be in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees.
We warm up quickly on Wednesday after the cool morning. Highs return to the mid 80s with a comfortable level of low humidity. The humidity gradually increases through the end of the week as do the temperatures.
By the end of the week, afternoon temperatures will be back in the upper 80s.
It stays dry during the rest of the workweek, and we could see a few spotty showers this weekend. As of right now, we have 20% chances for showers, mainly late in the afternoon hours for Saturday and Sunday.