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A typical pattern is setting up across Southwest Florida with quiet mornings and stormy afternoons.
We'll start the new week off with patchy clouds and temperatures in the middle 70s. Through the day, clouds will be on the increase as afternoon highs climb to 90 degrees. With more moisture in place and instability, scattered showers and storms will bubble up during the heat of the day and migrate closer to urban and coastal areas.
This evening, any leftover rains will push out over the Gulf waters and skies will partially clear out. Expect temperatures to stay a bit muggy as they drop into the middle 70s. Easterly flow will prevail keeping showers and storms close to home as they favor our interior zones earlier in the day and build westward along the coast.
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