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Cooler, drier air expected for next two days

A cyclist wears a lightweight jacket along the St. Petersburg waterfront early Monday as cooler temperatures arrived in the Tampa Bay area.

SCOTT KEELER | Times

A cyclist wears a lightweight jacket along the St. Petersburg waterfront early Monday as cooler temperatures arrived in the Tampa Bay area.

The Tampa Bay area got its first real dose of autumn Monday as cooler, drier air began moving into the region.

The overnight low could dip into the high 40s, according to Bay News 9.

More of the same is predicted for the next couple of days as a cold front moves through the region.

The high temperature Monday and Tuesday is not expected to rise into the 70s.

Thereafter, a gradual warming trend is expected, with high temperatures in the high 70s later this week and into the weekend.

No rain is expected through the week.

Cooler, drier air expected for next two days 10/29/12 [Last modified: Monday, October 29, 2012 7:38pm]

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