TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Today we warmed up nicely, getting into the mid 80s under mostly sunny skies. Our humidity has returned to our more normal levels for this time of the year, which is still quite comfortable compared to our summertime humidity.

This evening will be lovely, with temperatures turning mild as we head towards sunset, sinking down through the 70s.

Overnight we will turn cool and refreshing, getting down into the mid to upper 60s for early Tuesday morning.

A weak cold front arrives late Wednesday, and the rain chance will be spotty at best. Right now, we have a 20% chance that lingers into Wednesday night.

Forecast models cannot yet agree if the weak front stalls out across our area, extending our 20% chance for showers through the end of the week and into the weekend, or if the front clears our area and moves south of us, providing us with sunnier weather Thursday and Friday.

In the tropics, an area near Bermuda now has a 70% chance of development in the next two days. Even if it forms, it heads into the cooler Atlantic waters that will inhibit it from getting strong.

A more broad area of disturbed weather has a 30% chance to develop, but is not expected to make it’s way toward us, regardless of development.

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