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Weather: A little something for everyone in this week's forecast

Rain, wind, sunshine, high temperatures — this week will have a little something for everyone.

Monday will be warm and windy, with about a 20 percent chance of showers, Bay News 9 meteorologist Juli Marquez said. The high Monday will be in the low 80s, but Tuesday will be about 10 degrees warmer and will bring an 80 percent chance of rain.

"There could be some strong storms that contain some strong wind gusts as they come through Tampa Bay," Marquez said.

Those storms will move through ahead of a cold front, and by Wednesday temperatures will drop several degrees. Strong winds will continue through that day as well, and overnight lows could be in the 40s in some northern areas Wednesday night.

But by Thursday, skies will clear and temperatures will jump back up into the mid 70s. Friday will be even warmer.

"Just in time for the weekend, a lot of us will be back up around 80," Marquez said.

Here's a list of predicted highs and lows from around the country this week:

Chicago: low 34 degrees, high 65 degrees.

New York: low 37 degrees, high 65 degrees.

Phoenix: low 59 degrees, high 96 degrees.

Seattle: low 43 degrees, high 68 degrees.

Dallas: low 48 degrees, high 79 degrees.

Weather: A little something for everyone in this week's forecast 04/07/14 [Last modified: Monday, April 7, 2014 12:10pm]
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