ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Tonight will not be as cool. Dew points will be moving up, so lows will be in the mid-60s for Tampa Bay to mid-50s north. 

Winds will be light and there may be some fog inland. Low clouds are possible with the increase in the dew points.

Sunday will feel warmer as dew points move up. Winds will be southerly to southwesterly and will increase. Boating conditions will go downhill.  A Small Craft Advisory will be in effect. Tides may run higher than astronomical predictions.  Skies will be partly cloudy. 

A line of showers will approach from the northwest later in the day.  So most of the day will be dry, but in the afternoon, a few showers will be possible. By evening a line of shower ahead of the cold front may close in on Citrus County.  The line will move south through the evening and overnight.  But without deep moisture, don’t expect significant rainfall.  Highs on Sunday will be in the upper 70s.

The rain will end early on Monday morning as the next cold front moves through. Winds will increase out of the northwest. Temperatures will drop through the day on Monday. High temperatures will hit early in the morning. The afternoon will be in the low 60s, and it will be breezy. Skies will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy.

Monday night may be the chilliest of the season so far. Tampa will get to the upper 40s, while the Nature Coast sees the upper 30s.

With north to northwest winds continuing on Tuesday, it will stay cool with highs only in the low 60s.

Below-normal temperatures will continue through the workweek. Another front may arrive next weekend.

7-day forecast

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