MAX DEFENDER 8 FORECAST: Turning breezy and chilly tonight, cooler week ahead

Forecast

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — We got into the upper 70s today with building clouds and a few showers. We are drying out this evening as a cold front pushes through. Expect building winds and dropping temperatures overnight. The skies will clear out early Tuesday morning as temperatures get down into the mid to low 50s. 

Temperatures will drop into the mid-50s Tuesday morning and there will be a chilly breeze out of the north. The cool breeze continues Tuesday and temps will only warm in to the low 70s during the afternoon despite sunshine returning.

Temperatures drop quickly Tuesday evening and get down into the mid to low 50s overnight.  Wednesday starts off chilly and only warms into the low to mid 70s under partly cloudy skies. Wednesday will be mostly dry, but late Wednesday into Thursday we could see showers push through overnight. 

We do have chances for rain over the next 5 days, the first chance is overnight Wednesday night into Thursday morning, we will go to bed on Wednesday dry and may wake up to a few leftover showers and wet lawns on Thursday morning. The next chance for rain this week is on Sunday morning as a front pushes through,  we should dry out and clear out by Sunday afternoon.

Temps will stay cool each day with highs in the low 70s and lows in the mid-50s through the end of the week, but this is average for mid-January. Another cold front will pass late next weekend keeping temperatures from warming up. 

Your 8 day forecast is finally showing some cooler temperatures. We turn chilly tonight and get down into the mid to low 50s. Temperatures do not rebound much despite the mostly sunny skies, only hitting the low 70s during the afternoon.  We get even chillier by the end of this week, with temperatures starting out in the low 50s and only warming up into the cool upper 60s on Thursday and Friday.  Looking at the weekend, Saturday will be slightly warmer, in the low 70s and Sunday will be cooler, in the upper 60s. 

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