SW Florida weather: Chilly again tonight

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- A surfer rides the waves created by a recent cold front near the Naples Pier on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014, in Naples. A wind chill advisory was issued for Collier County Tuesday with the wind chill reading in the lower- to mid-30s.

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DAVID ALBERS/STAFF - A surfer rides the waves created by a recent cold front near the Naples Pier on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014, in Naples. A wind chill advisory was issued for Collier County Tuesday with the wind chill reading in the lower- to mid-30s.

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PM Update -

The blast of chilly air we felt today will be in place again tonight. Although not as cold as last night, we will still see some places in Southwest Florida get into the 30s by tomorrow morning.

Most of the urban areas along and near the Gulf will drop to the lower 40s, but inland communities well east of the interstate will likely be around 35 degrees in the morning. Skies will be cloudy at times as we track the weather this evening; otherwise, another quiet weather pattern is setting up for tomorrow.

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