An abundance of moisture is still available in all levels of our atmosphere and over the Gulf of Mexico.
We start the day with plenty of low clouds and even some patchy fog possible. Today there will be more energy and moisture moving through Southwest Florida coming out of the Gulf and giving us the chance for rain to come at basically any time today.
The upper level weather system in charge of all of this active weather will continue to drift east through the southeastern U.S. and send the energy needed for showers and storms in Southwest Florida through Friday. That system should be out of range by Saturday, but there will likely still be enough moisture lingering behind, that we pick up some scattered showers and storms on Saturday.
As far as temperatures are concerned, we'll be into the mid 80s today and the mid-upper 60s overnight tonight. We'll stay in the mid to upper 80s into next week.