TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Today was especially soggy along and to the north if I-4, with only lighter rain to the south of I-4. We will slowly dry out overnight tonight, with a few persistent showers over inland areas.

Temperatures will cool down tonight into the mid 60s, making for a cool start to Friday. Expect a cool breeze out of the north. Skies will be partly sunny, which is a little cloudier than partly cloudy. Temperatures will warm into the upper 70s and low 80s. There is a small chance for stray showers to push past us during the day on Friday.

As the low pressure pushes away from Florida, our rain chances quickly drop. There’s just a 20% chance of a quick, passing shower Friday with highs near 80 degrees.

A weak front passes through Saturday. It may bring some extra clouds at times, but the rain chance is just 10%. The front lowers humidity for Sunday, but we stay warm.

The next cold front passes on Wednesday with scattered showers possible. This front looks to bring some cooler air in for Thanksgiving.

The National Hurricane Center has declared an area of disturbed weather Potential Tropical Cyclone 22- which is a recent designation that they utilize when a system has not yet reached Tropical Depression status and strength, but is going to impact land within the next 36-48 hours and watches and warnings need to be issued so that areas can prepare for impact. This system will most likely become Tropical Storm Vince tonight or tomorrow, cross Cuba and race into the open Atlantic.