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Sunshine tries to break through

The stationary frontal boundary that is just handing over Southwest Florida will continue to produce this drizzle overnight.  If you are headed out this evening, you may want to bring an umbrella and a sweater.  By Saturday, the stationary front is expected to lift a bit further north, and leaving us in the warm, moist sector of the weather system.  An easterly wind may bring us a few showers from the east coast tomorrow while temperatures will warm into the low 80's under cloudy skies.  Sunday, we may see a bit more sun with temperatures warming into the mid 80's and the humidity turned up a notch.
Our next cold front approaches Tuesday and brings a decent chance for rain, exits the area Wednesday.  Thanksgiving looks to be sunny, breezy and cool with highs around 70 degrees.
Saturday's Boating Forecast-
Winds: East 10-15 Knots
Seas & Rivers: 2-3 Feet
Bay & Inland Waters: Moderate Chop
Water Temperature: 73*
Sunrise: 6:52 AM
Sunset: 5:35 PM
Sunday's Boating Forecast-
Winds: South 10-15 Knots
Seas & Rivers: 2-4 Feet
Bay & Inland Waters: Moderate Chop
Sunrise: 6:52 AM
Sunset: 5:35 PM
Tracking the Tropics-
At this time, the tropics continue to remain quiet.  The National Hurricane Center is not tracking or forecasting anything thorough the end of the 2014 Tropical Atlantic Hurricane Season.  That season ends November 30.



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