Clear and relatively calm conditions will hold for the overnight which will promote ideal cooling conditions into early Wednesday morning. Low temperatures to start the day Wednesday will be in the middle 40s with upper 30s in the Nature Coast.

A warm up will start Wednesday afternoon with temperatures climb back into the mid-upper 60, with 70s returning on Thursday and lasting into the first half of the weekend.

Our next weather maker will arrive early Sunday morning in the form of a cold front with showers and storms. The best timing for rain will be before sunrise through midday.  Behind he front, much cooler air will filter in bringing some of the coldest air of the season so far.  Lows will dip to the 30s as far south as the Tampa area and highs Monday and Tuesday will struggle to reach 60.  The coldest air will remain to our north where it will be brutal across the eastern half of the U.S.  Temperatures there will be in the teen and single digits.

- Meteorologist Bobby Deskins

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