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Forecast: More heat with only a few evening storms

June is typically the wettest month of the year for Southwest Florida, but it certainly hasn’t played out that way this week.  Rain chances will be very isolated again this afternoon, which means the summer heat will be front and center.  Highs will range from 92-95 this afternoon, but the heat index will be as high as 100 degrees during the peak heating of the day.  Any showers and storms that develop for the rest of today should be focused around the late evening hours before the area turns dry tonight.  Overall, rain chances stay limited through the end of...

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Forecast: Hot, dry start to the week

After a week of downpours and storms, the rainy season will get put on hold today thanks to some drier air moving in from the east.  The drier air combined with a building high over Florida will bring the heat front and center with daytime highs soaring into the mid to upper 90s this afternoon.  Humidity levels will drop slightly today, which will help keep the heat index in check.  Rain chances will be very slim today, but a stray shower or two can’t be ruled out late in the day. Tuesday will be hot and dry for most of the day, but we’ll see the potential...

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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...

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Forecast: Mild and dry this evening

Rain opportunities will continue to trend very low this evening, as mostly clear sky conditions remain and temperatures stay mild. We’ll drop into the middle 70s late this evening, before eventually cooling off into the upper 60s by sunrise tomorrow morning. On Wednesday, mostly sunny sky conditions are on tap once again as rain coverage of any kind would stay limited. Though the humidity will be modestly higher than it was today, when you consider the big picture, it’s still pretty low for late May. This is helping to keep the wildfire active in our community. Please...

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Forecast: Fire Alert continues as dry conditions remain

It’s another very comfortable start to the day, as humidity remains low. Unfortunately, due to the humidity remaining low paired with breezy winds and our lack of rain, fire danger is again elevated. Another Fire Alert has been issued for today, so use caution grilling or doing anything that involves an open flame. Rain chances today are going to be hard to come by, with nothing other than a few isolated showers possible. Highs will climb into the low 90s this afternoon, making for a warm day, but we won’t be too far off normal for this time of year. A large area of...

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Forecast: Cloudier, cooler Friday morning

We kick off our Friday with lots of clouds hanging over Southwest Florida thanks to a weak front pushing south of our area.  Expect mostly cloudy weather through the morning, but it’s also going to feel a bit cooler and less humid in the wake of the front that’s moved through overnight.  The front won’t be strong enough to impact our daytime temperatures, so plan on another warm day with highs on track to reach 90 degrees.  We’ll still have enough moisture around today to support some areas of afternoon rain, particularly south across Collier County...

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FORECAST: Clouds linger tonight

A nearly stationary front over the Gulf will keep clouds overhead tonight with a few showers possible before it clears on Friday morning. Don’t expect any changes with this front as the air mass behind it has been significantly modified.  A modest drop in humidity can be expected for the weekend before a shot of drier air arrives on Sunday.  Friday and Saturday will be muggy, but not brutally humid, with highs in the low 90s. An isolated shower for the entire area can’t be ruled out, but overall rain chances should be low. A backdoor cold front will push through on Saturday night...

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Forecast: Summer-like humidity continues Thursday

Another day of heat and humidity is expected before a push of drier air arrives for the weekend. Above normal temperatures in the low 90s will continue with humidity making it feel more like the mid and upper 90s for Thursday.  Inland showers and storms are possible for the afternoon as the coast remains mainly dry again.  By Thursday night, a weak cold front will approach the area, leading to shower chances for everyone, although coverage looks low.  Model data brings this front in a bit earlier than yesterday’s solutions, so there is a possibility that Friday is dry for...

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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...

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Forecast: Scattered afternoon thunderstorms

For most of us it was a dry and hot Mother’s Day, however some of us picked up much needed rain in the form of afternoon thunderstorms developing along the seabreeze. Today is going to be similar, with a few showers and thunderstorms developing by the afternoon, mainly along and east of I-75. A few showers are also possible in Collier County this morning thanks to isolated pockets of rain near Miami, but the first half of the day will be dry for many of us. We are starting our transition into the rainy season as scattered showers with a few thunderstorms possible in the afternoon...

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