After a few days of wet weather, a drier pattern will be settling into Southwest Florida along with warmer temperatures.
Remnant moisture from an old boundary washing out across the state will keep a few patchy low clouds in the forecast during the early morning hours on Tuesday. Temperatures will also be a touch cooler as they start in the middle 60s with a light breeze out of the north.
Those clouds will eventually erode away throughout the morning hours leaving us with plenty of sunshine as we head into the afternoon hours. Daytime highs will be on track to warm into the middle and upper 80s, while rain prospects remain less than 10 percent.