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Another chilly week in the forecast for the Tampa Bay area

Another chilly week is in store for the Tampa Bay area.

Daytime high temperatures are not expected to climb out of the 60s through the weekend.

Monday and Tuesday will come close, and may even hit the 70s in some locations.

"It's actually going to be real nice out there,'' said Josh Linker, meteorologist with Bay News 9.

But another cold front will move in Tuesday night, again dropping temperatures below January normals of about 70 during the day and the low 50s overnight.

The cold front moving in Tuesday night could drop temperatures to around freezing in areas immediately north of the Tampa Bay area.

Wednesday will be the coldest day of the week, with high daytime temperatures in the low 50s in most areas. Wind gusting to about 15 mph or more will make it seem much cooler.

The rest of the the week, temperatures will struggle to get out the 60s, with daytime highs through Saturday expected to be in the mid 60s.

The good news: Most of the week should be sunny, or at least partly sunny.

Another chilly week in the forecast for the Tampa Bay area 01/20/14 [Last modified: Monday, January 20, 2014 9:14am]
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