SW Florida weather: Drier days in forecast

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Now that the bulk of the moisture from Tropical Storm Karen remnants have shifted to our southeast, improving conditions are on the way across Southwest Florida.

Tuesday morning will get off to a mild start with temperatures in the middle 70s with sunshine a few patchy clouds. As our wind flow remains onshore along with a bit of moisture, a stray shower will be possible early along the coast, while getting pushed deeper inland during the day. Through the afternoon, more sunshine will break out and temperatures will warm into the upper 80s.

Tonight, skies will begin to clear out and overnight temperatures will settle into the lower 70s with a few upper 60s across inland and northern communities.

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