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A healthy amount of tropical moisture remains across Southwest Florida on Wednesday, keeping our weather pattern wetter than normal for at least one more day.
With many places Tuesday picking up another 2 to 4 inches or more of rain, and with another round on the way for Wednesday, a flood watch has been extended through this evening for Lee, Charlotte, and DeSoto counties.
The air will be cooled by rain Wednesday morning with temperatures in the middle 70s under mostly cloudy skies. A humid wind flow continues to come in off the Gulf of Mexico, providing possible downpours anytime.
The rain shouldn't be an all-day event, but plan on dodging pockets of heavy rain from time to time during the morning and the afternoon. Due to the clouds and the rain daytime highs will remain in the middle 80s.
By Thursday, a few more rays of sun will be back in the forecast with mainly scattered storms, but not nearly as widespread.
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