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Afternoon sun should burn off your morning chill

afternoon Sun should burn off your morning chill

The temperatures you awoke to this morning are the coldest so far this fall, but the chilly morning will give way to a delightfully sunny and clear afternoon. Most people around Tampa Bay awoke to temperatures in the lower 40s, though inland areas and northern counties were expected to see temperatures dip into the 30s. "There will be frost in some areas," said Bay News 9 meteorologist. Diane Kacmarik. "But it'll be a pretty quick warm-up after that." Afternoon temperatures are expected to reach the upper 60s today, Kacmarik said. Temperatures will continue to rise throughout the weekend, with overnight and morning lows expected to be in the upper 40s Sunday. Highs will be back in the mid to upper 70s by Sunday afternoon, Kacmarik said, and will be that way through next week.


'Art in the Park' moves to South Straub Park

St. Petersburg's Saturday art market will be moving to South Straub Park for at least the next two weeks. "Art in the Park" is normally held in Williams Park. Organizers say they like the Straub location better, and are negotiating with the city for a permanent move. For now, they've secured the waterfront location between First and Second Avenue N for today and Dec. 5. The market runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Afternoon sun should burn off your morning chill 11/27/09 [Last modified: Friday, November 27, 2009 10:13pm]
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