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Cloudy, muggy and wet

A deep south/southwest flow today will bring abundant moisture to Southwest Florida.  Partly to mostly cloudy skies will hold afternoon high temperatures into the mid to lower 80's.  We will start to see isolated showers pop up then become more widespread as the afternoon and evening continue. Today's rainfall chances are up around 60%.
A cold front making its way down the peninsula should help to push some of this deep tropical moisture further south tomorrow afternoon, decreasing rain chances.  The further south you live, the better chance of rain for you.  Fewer clouds will allow for temperatures tomorrow afternoon to climb into the mid 80's.  
We are still continuing to watch an area of disturbed weather in the southern Bay of Campeche.  The showers and thunderstorms associated with this area of low pressure are not very well organized but this system does have the potential to become a tropical cyclone in the next day or so as it continues to slowly move eastward toward the Yucatan Peninsula.  
Later in the week, this low could possibly merge with a cold front that will move through the southeastern Gulf of Mexico or the northwestern Caribbean Sea.  
Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft is scheduled to investigate this disturbance this afternoon.
Wednesday's Boating Forecast - 
Winds:  Northeast 10 Knots
Seas:  1-2 Feet
Bay & Inland Waters:  Light Chop
Gulf Temperature:  82*
Sunrise:  7:31 AM
Sunset:  6:53 PM
Storm Patrol Meteorologist Michelle Cunningham


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