SW Florida weather: Scattered downpours remain in forecast

Storm Shield is a potentially life-saving iPhone weather app that acts like a NOAA Emergency Weather Radio. When weather warnings and watches are issued by the National Weather Service for your chosen areas, you will receive critical alerts via voice and push notification.

Download for iPhone
Download for Android

Showers and storms will remain in the forecast as an upper level low pressure area moves across Florida with a little extra moisture. By the end of the week, we'll be tracking Tropical Storm Chantal as it moves closer toward the Bahamas.

Our morning will get off to a quiet start with some sunshine and temperatures in the mid 70s. As we heat up, clouds will begin to increase across the region and scattered showers and storms will move from east to west toward our coastal areas. Before the rain moves in, daytime highs will max out near 90 degrees with heat index values back in the upper 90s.

Any lingering rain will be pushing out into the Gulf of Mexico this evening with clearing skies during the overnight period. By Thursday morning, expect another warm and muggy start to the day with temperatures in the mid 70s.

CLICK HERE for the week’s complete weather forecast from NBC-2

CLICK HERE for interactive weather radar and the week's local forecast

HURRICANE GUIDE: Find videos, photos and stories about how to prepare for hurricane season at hurricane2013.com.

© 2013 marconews.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

  • Discuss
  • Print

Related Links

Comments » 0

Be the first to post a comment!

Share your thoughts

Comments are the sole responsibility of the person posting them. You agree not to post comments that are off topic, defamatory, obscene, abusive, threatening or an invasion of privacy. Violators may be banned. Click here for our full user agreement.

Comments can be shared on Facebook and Yahoo!. Add both options by connecting your profiles.