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Sunny but crisp weather on its way to Tampa Bay

Fall weather comes to the Tampa Bay area this weekend as a cold front rolls in to town.

Sunny, clear and crisp weather will blanket the state beginning early Saturday, said Bay News 9 meteorologist Brian McClure.

Lows in this area's northern counties could drop to 58 degrees at night and warm up to the mid-80s during the day. In Tampa, the early morning lows may be around 64 degrees.

The cool down will run into Sunday with lows in the 50s for the northern counties and 60 for Tampa, McClure said.

Chilly Floridians can look for a gradual warm-up through next week.

Sunny but crisp weather on its way to Tampa Bay 10/18/12 [Last modified: Thursday, October 18, 2012 4:28pm]
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