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Think you were chilly this morning? Wait until Saturday

For those out shopping for Black Friday deals, they already know this: Your post-Thanksgiving morning is chilly.

Temperatures hit the upper 40s and lower 50s for most of Tampa Bay Friday morning. Temperatures are expected to climb to the mid-60s Friday afternoon and heat up this weekend.

"A chilly morning, cool afternoon, lots of sunshine expected throughout the day," said Bay News Nine meteorologist Juli Marquez.

It's expected to be even colder tomorrow morning, she said.

"Most of us will be waking up to the 40s," she said. "Some places inland will be in the 30s. Frost is even possible in some of the northern counties tomorrow morning."

Temperatures will hit the 70s by the end of the weekend and stay in that area through next week.

Think you were chilly this morning? Wait until Saturday 11/27/09 [Last modified: Friday, November 27, 2009 9:44am]
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