TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – After waking up to the chilliest temperatures we’ve seen all season we only warmed into the low 60s under mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will turn cold again overnight, but not AS cold as what we saw last night. Overnight lows will be in the upper 40s on Wednesday morning.

Tuesday is an Umbrella Alert Day for inconvenient downpours that will move onshore during the day on Tuesday. The showers will move in from the west, initially along the Nature Coast early Tuesday, but showers will push into most counties by the late morning hours. The heaviest rain will move onshore from the midday into the afternoon hours. Most areas will see around an inch of beneficial (but inconvenient!) rainfall on Tuesday. Temperatures will be chilly all day, only topping out in the upper 50s at the warmest points.

We dry out Tuesday night into Wednesday as temperatures dip down into the low 50s. Expect partly cloudy skies and temperatures warming into the upper 60s on Wednesday afternoon.

The warmest day is Thursday. In fact, it’s the only day this week that we make it into the 70s.

Another front passes on Friday with a 30% chance of rain. At this point, it looks like there may be some sprinkles Saturday morning, but it will clear out quickly.

Gasparilla will be breezy and chilly, with clearing skies.