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Sun returns Tuesday

It was a cloudy gray Monday, with heavy rains in the Gulf, but showers over Southwest Florida were a bit spotty, but we did have some heavy downpours.

 
It will be very humid throughout the day Tuesday as Tropical moisture will continue to linger through tomorrow which may lead to a few isolated heavy tropical downpours.  Tuesday looks like it will be the wettest afternoon of the rest of the week.   By mid week, a deep layer ridge of high pressure moves across the peninsula in the next day of so setting up a more easterly steering flow across South Florida.  
Afternoons will stay stormy through the end of the week, but rain chance should go down to around 40% through Friday and even into the weekend.
 
Tuesday Boating forecast:
Winds SE/S 10 Kts
Seas: 2 Feet
Light Chop

Tracking the Tropics

Fred is now downgraded to a Tropical Storm, and will dissipate by the end of the week.  Otherwise, the tropics are quiet.heading further north into the Atlantic. At this time, it does not appear Fred will be a threat to the United States.  We will continue to track this storms.


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