Forecast: Hot, humid, with inland storms
Not much has changed with the forecast over the last few days as we are starting our transition into rainy season.
We’re not into full rainy season just yet, but this transition means our temperatures continue to climb into the low 90s nearly every afternoon, with isolated to scattered storms developing on the seabreeze by lunchtime.
Today the seabreeze will set up just east of I-75, so expect a few isolated storms focused along and east of I-75, much like yesterday. This pattern will not break down until the end of the week as a cold front approaches.
This cold front will slide through Southwest Florida Friday morning, but fronts this time of year tend to not have a major impact on our weather. All this one will do is drop humidity ever so slightly, bringing a slight decrease in rain chances for the weekend.
Temperatures will still be warm, up to near 90. By next week, isolated storms will again develop by the afternoon.