TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We started the day off with storms, but they moved through pretty quickly. After that the wind picked up and the temperatures dropped as a cold front behind the storms moved through. Our temperatures fell through the 60s this afternoon, and will fall more quickly through the 50s and down through the 40s overnight.

You’ll need a coat or jacket if you’re heading out this evening. By the time we wake up on Saturday morning, temperatures will be in the low to mid 40s. A few spots may be in the 30s. Parts of our area are under a Wind Chill Advisory Saturday morning because the chilly breeze will make it feel like the low 30s.

The cool breeze continues all day Saturday, so even with lots of sunshine, highs stay in the mid 50s. Keep that jacket and the sunglasses with you all day.

The coldest night will be Saturday night into Sunday morning. Most of us will be in the 30s. It won’t be as windy on Sunday, but we stay cool. Highs only reach near 60 degrees. A Freeze Watch is in effect for Citrus, Hernando, and inland Pasco counties Sunday morning, where they could get down into the low 30s.

The warming trend starts on MLK, Jr. Day. We’re in the 40s in the morning, and temperatures climb into the upper 60s. You’ll still need a jacket for the Bucs game Monday night.

We are back in the 70s for the rest of the week. The next rain chance doesn’t come until Friday.