SW Florida weather: Warm start to week

SW Florida weather: Warm start to week

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The warming trend in Southwest Florida continues Monday as we start the new work week with afternoon highs near 80 degrees. We'll be tracking our next chance for rain associated with another weather system, followed by a very brief cool down.

Monday morning will start off with a few clouds and milder weather. Patchy fog will also be possible across inland communities. As you head out the door, only a light jacket will be needed as temperatures will hover in the upper 50s to 60 degrees. Once some of that patchy fog fades, we'll see a bit more sunshine compared to Sunday. During the afternoon, expect a mix of sun and clouds with highs near 80 degrees in town. Readings will be a few degrees cooler at our beaches and coastal locations as winds come in off the cooler Gulf waters.

Tonight, a few clouds will remain in the forecast along with overnight lows dipping into the 60s. Areas of patchy fog will be possible by sunrise Tuesday, especially east of Interstate 75. Our weather pattern will stay fairly dry through Tuesday with partly sunny skies. Afternoon highs will continue to climb into the upper 70s.

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