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Tuesday morning starts with mainly dry conditions and temperatures in the mid 70s. While there are no organized systems in the Tropics, and no threats for development in the next couple of days, there is still a lot of tropical moisture in place for the local weather forecast through the work week.
The breezes today will be coming in from the east around 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 20 mph. That breeze will help transport moisture from the Atlantic across the state, bringing our region a few passing showers late morning toward midday.
Then for the afternoon, the easterly breeze continues, which means we'll see scattered showers and storms moving through Southwest Florida. Some of these heavier downpours could bring as much as an inch of rain, but most places will end up with near half of an inch out of today's downpours.