TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Expect a few clouds overnight, with some patchy fog by morning, and it stays warm in the mid 60s. A weakening cold front gets closer to Florida tonight.

It should start to feel more humid tomorrow, and the winds will still be gusty as the front sinks south. We still make it into the low 80s tomorrow before the front arrives.

As the front passes, there will be some scattered showers. The best chance will be between 5-8pm on the Nature Coast where rain chances will be around 70%. The front will weaken as it drops south with Clearwater/Tampa/St Petersburg and Lakeland rain chances dropping to 50% between 7-10pm. South of Tampa Bay the chance of a shower will be slim at 30% or less very late Friday evening.

The front brings in cooler air for the weekend, but only back to seasonable levels, with good sunshine.

Highs on Saturday will only be in the low 70s, and there will be a chilly breeze all day. It’s a little warmer on Sunday with some extra clouds at times.

Next week should be warm and dry.