MAX DEFENDER 8 FORECAST: Increasing clouds tonight, showers moving through tomorrow


TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We topped out at 83 degrees today, under sunny skies. We are seeing an increase in cloud cover this evening and temperatures will be mild overnight, sinking down into the mid low 60s.

Showers spread north across our area tomorrow, and our rain chance goes up to 60%. Heaviest rain will be south of I-4, but pockets of rain will be widespread. Highs tomorrow will still be in the low 80s.

A front arrives Friday with a 20% chance of rain, but it won’t be much cooler. We still hit 80 degrees. The front stalls and dissipates, so a few showers are possible Saturday with highs near 80 again.

The weekend will be mild with an isolated shower or two. Expect to wake up in the mid 60s and warm up to around 80° with 10-20% chances for a stray shower.

Finally, a stronger front passes through on Monday that will bring back winter-like temperatures.

We wake up to chilly 50s on Tuesday morning and the day could end up being our coolest day of the season so far with temperatures topping out in the upper 60s.

Wednesday starts out in the chilly low 50s and under sunny skies we will only warm up into the low 70s.

On Thanksgiving, temperatures will be cool and the skies will be sunny. Expect temperatures to start out in the chilly mid 50s nd warm up into the mid 70s.

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