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Hot & muggy with isolated today

The clouds will be on the increase this morning as temperatures start out very warm; the mercury is hovering in the middle and upper 70s. Spotty showers are forecast to come ashore in SWFL this morning under mostly cloudy skies. Our sky will remain partly to mostly cloudy for the afternoon while isolated rain continues to pop up over our inland communities east of I-75. The mercury will top out from the mid 80s to the low 90s while the dew point hovers in the low & middle 70s.

There will be some passing clouds during the overnight hours while we remain mainly dry with temperatures dropping to the middle 70s.

A stronger round of rain is forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday as a cold front stalls over central Florida; strong upper level winds will help strengthen the passing showers & thunderstorms across Central Florida and SWFL.

The strongest winds are expected on Thursday with some passing rain under mostly cloudy skies. As the cold front passing through SWFL on Thursday, our dew points will start to drop heading for the 50s by Friday.

There will be a significant increase to the sunshine on Friday and for the upcoming weekend as cooler & drier air arrives in SWFL. Our daytime highs will still reach the 80s, but our dew points will hover in the 50s making it feel much more comfortable for a few days.

Monday's Boating Forecast-

Winds: SW 10 kts
Seas & Rivers: 2-3 ft
Inland Waters: light chop
Water Temperature: 85*

High Tide: 10:45A/9:15P
Low Tide: 3A/3:30P

Sunrise: 6:53 AM
Sunset: 7:58 PM

FOX 4 Meteorologist Jamie Kagol

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