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Getting wetter

We are going to see the moisture increase over the next few days as some tropical moisture makes its way up from the Yucatan Peninsula area.  For Tuesday, our best chance for rain will be south of the Caloosahatchee River with some isolated showers further north.  Temperatures will climb into the mid 80's under a mix of
clouds and sun.  Every afternoon, through Friday we will continue to see more showers in the forecast.  Temperatures will top out in the mid 80's with overnights near 70 degrees.  
We will continue to monitor the area of low pressure in the Yucatan Peninsula for any additional development.
Tuesday's Boating Forecast-
Winds: East becoming South 5 Knots 
Seas & Rivers: 1-2 Feet
Inland Waters: Smooth
Water Temperature: 83*
High Tide: 12:00 PM
Low Tide: 5:30 PM
Sunset: 6:55 PM
Tracking the Tropics-
There is one area of interest in the southwestern Bay of Campeche that forecasters at the National Hurricane Center are watching closely.  This low pressure system is gradually becoming better defined.  In the next two to three days, this system may become a tropical cyclone.  It will continue to slowly move eastward then to the east/northeast.  Chances for development in the next 48 
hours are about 50%.  Over the next five days, development is at about 60%.  
By the end of the week, it may merge with a frontal system sweeping across the United States.  An Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft is scheduled to investigate tomorrow, if necessary.  
FOX 4 Storm Patrol Meteorologist Michelle Cunningham 

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