Southwest Florida is on the verge of a wet, cloudy, and cooler Monday. High temperatures will not rise during peak heat in the middle 1980s.
Our area will see another round of rain showers, then weakening by noon.
A second round of thunderstorms is expected along the coast around lunchtime. These storms are moving eastward and bring rain chances to the coast until sunset.
A umbrella is useful for Thursday and Friday, except on Monday. There are occasional chances for rain, and it is possible to experience cooler temperatures at the end the work week.
Due to the gusty winds, boat conditions could be very poor. You can expect to see choppy water no matter what the weather does.
The possibility of cyclone development is being monitored in the North Atlantic. This system has a 40% chance of developing in the next five working days. Southwest Florida would not be affected by this system if it were to form.
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