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Cold, windy weather headed our way

As one cold front continues to slide down the peninsula, it is the cold front right behind it that will bring that reinforcing shot of cold air into Southwest Florida on Saturday.  It will be sunny, breezy and dry with temperatures making it just to about 70 degrees.  Sunday morning's lows will be in the upper 40's along the coast with mid 40's deeper inland.  In Ft. Myers, the record low on November 2nd is 49 degrees set in 1993.  We may see that record fall.
Sunday, a few degrees warmer, less wind, and those sunny skies continue.  Through the week, we will feel temperatures gradually climbing.  By weeks end, we are back into the mid 80's with scattered afternoon showers.
Saturday's Boating Forecast- Small Craft Advisory through Saturday Night
Winds: Northwest 20-25 Knots 
Seas & Rivers: 10-14 Feet
Bay & Inland Waters: Rough
Sunday's Boating Forecast-
Winds: North becoming Northeast 15 Knots 
Seas & Rivers: 5-7 Feet
Bay & Inland Waters: Choppy
Tracking the Tropics-
At this time, the Hurricane Center is not watching any areas of concern in the Tropical Atlantic.  One more month!
FOX 4 Storm Patrol Meteorologist Michelle Cunningham

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