TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – We topped out at a toasty warm 88° this afternoon with only a few isolated, inland showers. Tonight will be slow to cool, getting down into the mid to low 70s overnight. We may see patchy fog early Wednesday morning.

It should be another warm and breezy day tomorrow with highs in the mid to upper 80s. We have another small chance for a few isolated, inland showers to pop up during the late afternoon, early evening hours before pushing eastward, out of our area.

Finally, we get a strong cold front to push south through the Tampa Bay area Thursday. That front will bring a 70% chance of downpours and even a few strong storms. The rain should begin along the Nature Coast early Thursday morning. The rounds of downpours will spread across our area during the day on Thursday. We will slowly dry out from the north to the south during the evening hours. This front will also bring back some much cooler air.

Friday will dry out and be much cooler under partly cloudy skies. We begin the day in the cool low 60s and only warm up to 74 degrees during the afternoon hours. Expect gusty winds, out of the west between 15-25 mph with gusts even higher. Friday night turns chilly, with temperatures sinking down into the upper 50s and low 60s.

Expect a chilly start to the weekend. Saturday will be windy, with afternoon temperatures only topping out in the mid to low 70s. Saturday night will be chilly also, with temperatures diving down into the mid 50s.

Sunday is a little less breezy, which will feel nicer under mostly sunny skies. We will top out in the mid 70s.

Highs stay in the low-mid 70s this weekend with low humidity and mostly sunny skies. You’ll want to get outside as much as possible to soak up the comfortable weather. The summer heat is not far away.