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A changing pattern this weekend

A cold front will approach southwest Florida Saturday helping to trigger a few showers across the area. Inland zones and communities east of I-75 will have the best chance of seeing rain in the afternoon as winds will be primarily out of the west. Aside from the spotty showers, most areas will see partly sunny skies and toasty conditions as high temperatures surge to the upper 80's. 

Behind the front, drier air will begin to filter into the region Sunday. However, some leftover moisture and daytime heating will be enough to generate isolated showers around the region. The bottom line is that showers will be few and weather will be generally cooperative for outdoor plans this weekend.

Much more comfortable and dry conditions will help ring in the new work week. This pattern of sunny skies and lower humidity will stick around through the end of the week as high temperatures range in the mid to upper 80s.

Saturday's Boating Forecast
Winds: NW  10 Knots
Seas & Rivers: 1-2 Feet
Bay & Inland Waters:  Light Chop
Water Temperature: 83*
Tracking the Tropics-
No tropical development is expected over the next several days.




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