MAX DEFENDER 8 FORECAST: Warm weekend with isolated showers, cool down moves in next week

Forecast

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Today was warm, we topped out at 84° under partly cloudy skies. The evening will be warm, with temperatures slowly sinking down into the mid 60s with a nice breeze.

Saturday begins in the cool mid 60s and warms quickly into the low 80s. Expect a breezy day, with northeasterly winds around 15 mph and gusts up to 20 mph. Passing clouds are expected and a few showers will make their way across the state from the Atlantic, primarily impacting our inland counties.

Sunday will be sunnier with slightly lighter winds around 10 mph, but gusts will still occasionally near 20 mph. Temperatures begin in the mid 60s and warm into the low 80s with a few showers making their way from the Atlantic into our area.

Our next cold front moves through on Monday, bringing a few morning to mid day showers ahead of the front and a BIG cool down after. Highs on Monday will be in the mid-upper 70s, and we drop quickly into the mid 50s Monday night. You’ll definitely need to bundle up at the Bucs game Monday evening at Raymond James Stadium.

The biggest cool down of the season so far begins on Tuesday, as we wake up in the low 50s and fail to warm into the 70s under mostly sunny skies. Tuesday night will be cold as temperatures sink down into the 40s.

The cool down is relatively short lived as we make it into the low 70s Wednesday and the mid 70s on Thanksgiving. Dry and sunny conditions stick around into next weekend.

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