TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The strongest storms and severe threat are over. The cold front is passing and the cooler air will settle in tonight. Skies will clear out by morning and temperatures will drop into the low to mid-50s Friday morning.
After that chilly start, highs will only be in the upper 60s. Grab a coat for Friday night. Temps fall through the 60s in the evening, and we wake up to the low 50s by Saturday morning.
Clouds increase during the day Saturday, and a few showers are possible in the evening. The rain lingers around Saturday night and ends Sunday morning. You might need your winter coat for Sunday afternoon with highs only in the low 60s.
We are in an active weather pattern with another system expected to bring more rain Tuesday night into Wednesday keeping temperatures well below average.
There is a good chance that temperatures stay chilly through the end of the year as well.