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Wind shift brings more humidity

A few light showers will move into Southwest Florida Tuesday night, but it will be a mainly dry evening.

Humidity will be on the increase over the next few days as winds become more southeasterly, and that will bring our dew points back into the 70s.  That means we will likely see a few more afternoon showers through Friday.

We will be tacking a weekend cold front, that looks like it will affect our weather a little, decreasing the humidity and rain chances through the start of next week.

Wednesday''s Boating Forecast-
Winds: SE/E 5-10 Kts
Seas & Rivers: 2 Feet
Bay & Inland Waters: Light Chop
Water Temperature: 84*
Tracking the Tropics-
Hurricane Joaquin, still a category one hurricane will begin to weaken as it moves farther away from land and out into the open waters of the Atlantic.  A tropical wave approaching the Caribbean is going to encounter strong wind shear and the National Hurricane Center is giving this no chance of development at this point.  Elsewhere, the tropics are quiet.




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