TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — We topped out at 78° today under mostly sunny skies. Expect a mild evening with temperatures sinking slowly down through the 70s and into the low 60s. We will see increasing clouds overnight.

Friday begins with cool temperatures and scattered clouds. We will warm up into the low to mid 70s during the afternoon. Showers begin to creep into our forecast late in the day, initially in Citrus and Hernando counties. We expect most of the showers to remain to the north of I-4, we only have isolated chances for showers south of I-4.

Friday night may be damp, especially along and to the north of I-4.

Saturday, the front will pass through and rain chances increase to a 30% for scattered showers and again maybe a thunderstorm. Temperatures do not warm up Saturday though, with the cooler air filtering in behind the front, highs will generally be in the mid 60s.

Sunday we will see plenty of sunshine, but it looks like it will be the chilliest day we’ve seen so far this season. Temperatures will not warm up much at all, only briefly warming into the upper 50s. Prior to this the coolest day this season was December 22nd, when we only topped out at 66°. The last time we stayed below 60° all day was February 2nd, when we only made it up to 54°.

The Bucs game will be mostly sunny and chilly, with temperatures sinking down through the 50s during the game.

Sunday night into Monday morning will be very cold with temperatures diving down into the upper 30s and low 40s.

Monday will be sunny and chilly, with temperatures warming into the low 60s.

Another, slightly stronger, system will pass through on Tuesday with another chance for scattered showers and storms. This could also bring with it a chance for some stronger storms as it passes through. It will bring us another cool down for the middle of next week as well.