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Over the last few days we have been stuck in a soggy pattern across Southwest Florida, and today will be no exception. Plenty of tropical moisture that's surrounding the state will bring another round of downpours to the area.
Due to the saturated grounds and high humidity, low clouds and patchy fog will be possible in some spots Wednesday. After sunrise, the clouds should mix out to reveal a bit more sunshine as we head into the mid morning hours. Today will look a lot like Tuesday. Clouds will continue to build producing scattered downpours which will migrate from east to west across the state. The prime time for these storms will be in the afternoon, however with lots of moisture and instability a few rain areas will certainly be possible by late morning across our inland communities. Highs today will stay a few points cooler as they climb into the upper 80s.
The rain will exit over the Gulf this evening, with partial clearing and quiet skies overnight. Temperatures will also settle into the lower half of the 70s by morning with patchy fog.
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