SW Florida weather: Another round of scattered downpours

SW Florida weather: Another round of scattered downpours

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Tropical Storm Humberto is on the move in the Atlantic, while Ingrid is raining over Mexico.

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Tropical Storm Humberto is on the move in the Atlantic, while Ingrid is raining over Mexico.

As tropical moisture remains in place, scattered rain will be a good bet in Southwest Florida over the next couple of days with rain prospects near 60 percent.

Tuesday will get off to a partly cloudy start with warm and muggy conditions as temperatures have dipped into the middle 70s. A few breaks in the clouds will be possible throughout midday hours, revealing a bit more sunshine with highs in the upper 80s to 90s. Through the afternoon, expect the sunshine to fade as clouds continue to increase leading to another round of scattered showers and storms, which will build west.

Any leftover rains will push out over the Gulf with a fairly quiet overnight period. Lows will settle into the middle 70s once again by morning.

TROPICAL STORM Humberto moving in Atlantic, but not this way

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