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We've seen beautiful weather over the last several days with unseasonably warm temperatures across Southwest Florida. A weak cool front will bring a few subtle changes to the area for the second half of the week with only a slight dip in the mercury.
Wednesday morning will get off to mild start with temperatures in the middle to upper 60s. A few patches of fog will be possible across our inland communities, otherwise expect sunshine and a few clouds. With a weak cool front moving down the peninsula, expect more clouds mixing in with the sun throughout the afternoon. Daytime highs will climb into the middle 80s, and we may even be tracking an isolated shower or two during the day.
Tonight, partly cloudy skies will stick around with the chance for a stray shower as this cool front lingers across the southern half of the peninsula. Temperatures will settle into the middle 60s making for another mild and muggy night.