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A warm front pushed north past Southwest Florida Sunday, bringing milder, more humid air in its wake. The increase in moisture will bring coastal and inland fog late Sunday night into early Monday. 
The remainder of the day should be pretty nice, warm and humid. Breezy southwesterly winds could bring some spotty rain, but all-in-all Monday will be the driest of the next few days, as high temperatures get up to the low and mid 80s.  
A cold front stalls out in central Florida Monday night, as an area of low pressure strengthens. This will force the cold front through the area Tuesday into Wednesday, bringing us the potential for heavy rain and even storms. Much colder air moves in Thanksgiving Eve and for the holiday.
Tracking the Tropics:
At this time, the tropics continue to remain quiet.  The National Hurricane Center is not tracking or forecasting anything thorough the end of the 2014 Tropical Atlantic Hurricane Season.  That season ends November 30.



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