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Afternoon isolated rain

Our morning starts out sunny with temperatures hovering in the middle 70s; fair weather clouds will start to pop up across our sky through the morning as temperatures warm through the 80s
heading for the lower and middle 90s this afternoon. Isolated rain will begin developing along the South Florida coast this morning before east winds carry that rain across the peninsula towards SWFL. By the early afternoon we could see a few isolated showers and possible thunderstorms over our Inland counties, especially for those communities near Lake O. East winds will continue to push that rain westerly across SWFL eventually interacting with our sea breeze; this will lead to showers and thunderstorms over the Coastal Corridor for the second half of the afternoon. We will see the rain begin to taper off during the evening hours leading to a quiet overnight.

Our wind pattern will remain from the east and southeast for the rest of the week which will keep the rain moving westerly across the peninsula each afternoon. Temperatures will consistently top
our in the lower half of the 90s each afternoon, but our dew points will climb gradually through the rest of the week making for a muggy weekend coming up.

Tuesday's Boating Forecast-

Winds: E-W 5-10 kts
Seas & Rivers: 1-2 ft
Inland Waters: light chop
Water Temperature: 89*

High Tide: 6:10 AM
Low Tide: 2:00 PM

Sunrise: 7:08 AM
Sunset: 7:47 PM

Allergy Forecast: 5.2 (medium)
UV Forecast: 11 (high)

Tracking the Tropics-

Early this morning Tropical Depression 5 strengthened to become Tropical Storm Dolly in the Bay of Campeche. The system has maximum sustained winds of 45 mph with higher gusts and moving to the northwest at 10 mph. Dolly is expected to continue to the northwest this morning followed by a turn to the west-northwest this afternoon. Rainfall forecasts include 3-6 inches with some isolated maximum amounts of 10 inches which will create flash flooding and mud slides in the mountainous terrain in northeastern Mexico.

FOX 4 Meteorologist Jamie Kagol

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