We'll see another round of rain for Monday in Southwest Florida before a drying trend begins.
Overnight, we've been tracking a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico which produced an area of widespread showers. These have been moving from west to east toward the peninsula and will continue to do so through the early morning hours. Expect mostly cloudy skies, temperatures in the middle to upper 60s, along with patchy rain as we start Monday.
Through the day, we'll see a few breaks in the clouds revealing a bit more sunshine during the afternoon. This will help our temperatures warm into the middle and upper 80s. With plenty of moisture still trapped across our part of the state due to the remnants of a frontal boundary, afternoon showers and storms will remain in the forecast pushing deeper inland during the day.