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Drier air on the way

 

Your Tuesday forecast features more of the same showers and storms as dominant easterly flow continues to send the best chance for rain to our coastal zones, especially Lee and Charlotte counties. However, coverage of rain will likely not be as much as today considering drier air will start to work its way over the region late Tuesday. Look for those showers and storms to really get going by late afternoon into the early evening once again tapering off by 9 or 10pm. 

Wednesday & Thursday

The same stubborn pattern continues both of these days with an easterly sea breeze push. However, as drier air moves in,  that will limit a prime ingredient needed to produce big thunderstorms. As a result, we anticipate a noticeable decrease in rain coverage both of these days compared to the previous couple days. This limited rain won't be the only good news though. As dew points come down some into the mid 60's, it will help to tame the 'feel's like' a bit in the afternoon bringing the heat index down closer to actual temperatures. 

Weekend

But of course, this relief will be brief as the Storm Patrol Weather Team is tracking the return surge of deeper moisture to begin Friday and especially for the weekend. This will mean increasing rain chances back in the 40/50 percentile both Saturday and Sunday. 

Afternoon temperatures will remain in the low 90's with overnight lows in the low 70's for the next 7 day period. 


FOX 4 Forecaster Tony Sadiku

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