MAX DEFENDER 8 FORECAST: Light showers end overnight, mild temperatures through the weekend


TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – After a cloudy and mild morning, showers began to spread north across Florida. Those light showers begin to fade during the evening hours. Expect mostly cloudy skies overnight, which could make viewing tonight/early Friday morning’s lunar eclipse difficult. Temperatures turn cool, sinking down into the mid 60s.

A weak cold front pushes though our area Friday. We wake up in the mid 60s to mostly cloudy skies. Expect mild temperatures, climbing up to around 80°. We have a 20% chance for a few stray showers to meander across the state from the Atlantic.

The front lingers around this weekend, so the rain chance stays at 20% Saturday and a 10% chance Sunday. Highs return to near 80 degrees both days. Saturday will be cloudier than Sunday, and breezier as well.

The next big cold front moves through on Monday. While it won’t bring many showers, it will bring a big cool down. Highs on Monday will be in the mid-upper 70s, but we stay in the 60s Tuesday and Wednesday.

For Thanksgiving, it looks beautiful. Expect temperatures in the chilly low 50s in the morning and afternoon temperatures in the cool low 70s under mostly sunny skies.

Black Friday shopper will need a jacket, with early morning temperatures in the chilly upper 50s. The afternoon will be sunny and mild, topping out in the mid 70s.

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