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More storms this weekend

Sunday will feature a repeat pattern to Saturday's afternoon showers and storms. High pressure in the central part of the state is helping to drive a dominant easterly flow to southwest Florida. This pattern, coupled with ample deep moisture will help to send numerous storms on Sunday and then again on Memorial Day. Because the strong easterly flow will meet a much weaker westerly sea breeze, the better chance for storms will be along the Gulf coast, including Charlotte, Lee and Collier counties. However, Glades and Hendry counties may still see a few storms in the early afternoon as the activity gets going. Look for the storms to be building to the area mainly after 3pm in coastal counties with an earlier start time in our inland zones. The primary threats will be heavy rains, frequent lightning and gusty winds which can certainly be dangerous for boaters and those with interests along the coast. In the extended forecast, Tuesday may provide some relief to strong storms as we anticipate more limited coverage of rain due to drier air moving in. However rain chances are back in the 30/40 percentile Wednesday and Thursday. During this period, we don't expect any significant surprise in temperatures. Afternoons will be just a tad above normal in the low 90's with feels like in the mid to upper 90's each afternoon. Morning temperatures will likely not fall below 70 over the next 7 days. Stay tuned to this page for updates on your local forecast.

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