SW Florida weather: More sun, fewer showers Thursday

SW Florida weather: More sun, fewer showers Thursday


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Finally, after three consecutive days of cloudy, soggy weather, improving conditions are on the way for Southwest Florida as drier air begins filtering in from the northwest today, significantly chipping away at rain chances.

We'll even start the day with sunshine for many places, which is something we haven't seen much of around here since Sunday. However, with some lingering tropical moisture still over the area, some isolated showers will still be possible through the morning and early afternoon, but the overall coverage won't be nearly as widespread as the last three days.

As the drier air begins taking over this afternoon, rain chances will dwindle through the afternoon from north to south, and most of the isolated rain will shift deep inland. Temperatures today will be a bit warmer with highs forecast to reach the mid to upper 80s with a nice breeze out of the west-northwest at 10 to 20 mph.

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