ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — It's a warm, muggy night tonight with temperatures falling to about 76º overnight. A few isolated showers will be possible this evening, but dry conditions are expect overnight. 

A cold front will approach Tampa Bay through the day on Tuesday. The first part of the day will be dry, but a building chance of rain will arrive through the afternoon and evening hours. Once the front pushes through cooler and drier air will arrive for Wednesday. Before cooler air arrives behind the front late Tuesday, high temperatures tomorrow will climb into the upper 80s.

All sunshine for Wednesday with a high only in the low 80s. You'll notice a drop in humidity as well.

Rain chances return for Thursday, Friday and into the weekend. Any thunderstorm development should remain limited. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s. For reference, our normal high for this time in October is 83º.

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