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After a very comfortable evening, there is a good chance that Saturday will start out with widespread fog with the possibility of some dense fog. The clouds will be on the increase through the afternoon hours while temperatures climb to the upper half of the 70s. Our dew points will be on the increase as well. By Sunday we will be mostly cloudy with dew points in the lower half of the 60s and mainly dry.

Early next week an area of low pressure will be strengthening as it moves across the Gulf towards the Southeast; our skies will remain cloudy with the possibility of scattered showers, primarily north of the Caloosahatchee. The mercury will remain in the upper half of the 70s while our dew points head for 70 degrees. The heaviest rainfall will be over the northern half of the state, but we may see some scattered rain north of the Caloosahatchee. The best chance of rain will come on Wednesday morning as a cold front slides through SWFL.

Christmas Eve Forecast: at this point it looks like the morning will start out cloudy & windy with heavier showers passing through SWFL. As the front moves to our southeast it will lead to clearing skies and a drop in heat & humidity.

Christmas Day Forecast: Sunny & breezy with low temperatures near 50 degrees followed by highs near 70.


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