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A later start to the rain

Temperatures will be climbing quickly this afternoon and reaching the mid to lower 90's across Southwest Florida under a mix of clouds and sun.  Clouds will be on the increase while showers and thunderstorms begin developing along the sea breeze collision.   Heavy downpours, gusty winds and dangerous lightning can be expected with some of these storms. The skies will clear for the overnight as the rain comes to an end this evening and temperatures will fall into the mid 70's.
 
A southerly wind flow could bring the potential for a few coastal showers in our southern communities early Thursday but overall, rain chances will taper off for Thursday and 
Friday.  At this point, computer models are indicating Saturday may be the wetter of the two weekend days.
 
Today's Boating Forecast-
 
Winds: Southeast becoming Southwest 5 Knots
Seas & Rivers: 1 Foot
Bay & Inland Waters: Smooth
Water Temperature: 90*
 
High Tide: -----
Low Tide: 6:30 PM
 
Sunset: 8:20 PM
 
Tracking the Tropics-
 
Tropical Depression #2 has been downgraded to a remnant low by the National Hurricane Center.  Visible satellite imagery indicate the depression weakened overnight.  There is no evidence of a closed surface circulation.  Dry air and wind shear will continue as the remnants of the depression
move thought the Lesser Antilles this evening.  This is the last advisory on this system.
 
FOX 4 Storm Patrol Meteorologist Michelle Cunningham

 

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