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Forecast: Rainy season returns

Downpours and thunderstorms are likely for the coastal spots to end the holiday weekend.

Any outdoor plans or memorial services for Monday should be completed by the early afternoon as showers and storms become numerous across the area just after lunch time.  With more of an easterly component to the wind, storms will be pinned along the coast as the sea-breeze gets going.  Heavy rain and frequent lightning are likely with any storms that develop.

The rest of the week will feature more of the same as the much anticipated rainy season pattern returns to the area.  Daily high temperatures will fluctuate between the upper 80s and low 90s depending on when storms develop and humidity will be typical for June.  Rain totals could top 3 to 5 inches in most spots along the coast by the end of the week, putting a sizable dent in drought conditions across Collier County.

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