TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We started drying out after the lunch hour, but the clouds stuck around. We topped out in the low 60s but spent most of the day in the upper 50s.

This evening will be cloudy and chilly, with temperatures sinking down into the mid 50s by early Thursday.

Thursday starts off cloudy and chilly but warms up into the more comfortable upper 60s under mostly cloudy skies. There is a 10% chance for an isolated shower to push through.

We actually make it back into the upper 60s Friday before the next cold front arrives. There’s a 50% chance of late-day showers Friday that end early on Saturday morning. Behind that front, much colder air arrives.

Saturday will be COLD and WINDY. Temperatures will only warm into the upper 40s and winds around 15 mph with gusts upwards of 20 mph will make it feel even colder. The day begins with clouds, but we will see clearing skies during the day.

During the pirate invasion and Gasparilla parade temperature will be in the mid to upper 40s. Temperatures drop after sunset down through the 40s and into the mid to upper 30s.

Sunday will be a little warmer, but it stays chilly. Even with lots of sunshine, highs only hit the upper 50s.

“Our” weather will return next week. Monday will be chilly, but we do make it into the mid 60s. Tuesday and Wednesday temperatures warm into the mid 70s for the afternoon. We get up to 80° on Thursday!