If you're hoping for a colder Christmas, you're in luck.
A cold front is set to move through the Tampa Bay area, bringing relief to those who have grown a bit restless of the unusually warm start to winter.
At the very least, we'll see cooler temperatures on Christmas morning. The front is increasing our chance for rain Tuesday, followed by cooler temps and wind.
"We'll get some showers to push through, which honestly we need. We need some of that rainfall," Fox 13 meteorologist Dave Osterberg said Monday afternoon.
You will likely feel the change Christmas Eve, with a low set around 47 degrees. For Christmas morning, the temperature will likely be in the low 50s, though clear skies should warm things up fairly quickly.
The high on Christmas is in the low 70s. Highs will stay in the mid-70s for the remainder of the week, and there is a chance we could see more rain.
"The coolest low we'll have all week will actually be Christmas Eve and Christmas morning," Osterberg said.
FOX 13 / WTVT-TV
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