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After a mainly dry stretch across Southwest Florida, we'll keep an isolated shower in the forecast as we start the week. Temperatures will continue to run a few degrees above normal, before cooler weather arrives late in the week.
Monday will get off to a warm and humid start with temperatures in the middle 70s. Patchy clouds and areas of fog will be possible once again this morning, but lifting quickly just after sunrise.
Through the afternoon, a few clouds will mix in with our sunshine as temperatures climb into the upper 80s in most spots with a few 90-degree readings across our inland communities. Just like Sunday, the majority of us will end up dry, as only a few isolated showers will favor locations east of Interstate 75 and across our interior zones.