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The area of high pressure that has controlled our weather will begin to weaken Wednesday and, as a result, rain chances will be on the rise.
The day will dawn bright and mostly sunny and temperatures won't be quite as cool. Most of us will wake to readings in the upper 50s, with a few inland and northern cool spots in the middle 50s.
Ample sunshine will get the day going, however a patch or two of fog will be possible deeper inland. Throughout the afternoon, we'll see a mix of sun and clouds and daytime highs will return to the lower 80s.
A few showers will be possible during the heat of the day, but with an onshore wind flow any rain that develops will get pushed east of Interstate 75. Scattered showers and even a few storms will push toward the west coast of the peninsula, affecting Southwest Florida through the nighttime hours.