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Drying trend ahead

It was a wet Monday, especially north of the Caloosahatchee, and the Tampa area picked up over 6 inches of rain in some locations.


Finally, after a long stretch with this onshore flow, east and southeast winds are forecast to return to our weather pattern for the rest of the week. This means a return to our more typical summer time pattern of sunny mornings and scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoons.


Tuesday's Boating Forecast-

Winds: Southeast becoming South 10 Knots
Seas & Rivers: 2-3 Feet
Bay & Inland Waters: Light Chop
Water Temperature: 85*

Tracking the Tropics-


Tracking the only area worth watching in the tropics right now pretty close to home.  An area of low pressure in the Big Bend region of Florida has been producing disorganized showers & thunderstorms across the northeastern Gulf of Mexico and northern Florida.

Upper level winds are creating a hostile environment for further development of this low.  It will start to move northeasterly at 5-10 miles per hour over the next few days and  eventually end up over the Southeastern United States and then head out into the Atlantic Ocean.

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