With temperatures expected to drop below 60 this weekend, the city of Bradenton announced Tuesday the Riverwalk Splash Pad will be closed.
The Splash Pad will be closed Friday morning through Monday due to the anticipated cold weather.
A cold front will start moving through the area Wednesday, according to Spectrum Bay News 9, bringing with it more clouds and chances of showers.
Wednesday may be the last warm day this week with an expected high of 80 and low of 64 with some patchy fog in the morning, according to the National Weather Service.
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Starting Thursday, the NWS calls for a dip in temperatures. The high for Thursday is expected to be 74 with a 30 percent chance of showers in the afternoon and a low of around 59.
By Friday, the high will be just 68 with a 60 percent chance of precipitation, and temperatures will fall to about 52 that night, according to the NWS.
The likelihood of showers continues into Saturday at a 30 percent chance and a high near 64 degrees, according to the NWS. By Saturday night, the low is expected to hit 49.
But the sunshine should return by Sunday and Monday, with highs of 64 and 67, according to the NWS.
Sunday night’s temperatures are expected to fall to 48.