After a strong storm, a flash flood warning was issued in Lee County.Warning is expected to continue until 7:30 pm
With more cloud cover, highs are mainly in the mid 90’s.
Pop-up storms that occur in the afternoon are scattered in the evening and burst after sunset.
The weak wind makes the water condition comfortable. The longer you stay on the water, the more likely you are to encounter a storm.
Unfortunately, southwestern Florida maintains above-average heat and high rain potential throughout the weekend of July 4.
The Japan Meteorological Agency is currently tracking a tropical cyclone Bonnie and a new disturbance off Georgia, with a low probability of formation (10%). Weak tropical waves entering the Caribbean Sea are unlikely to form (10%).
A tropical cyclone Bonnie is expected to land near the border between Nicaragua and Costa Rica tonight and emerge and strengthen over the eastern Pacific Ocean. It’s not a threat to the continental United States.
Another chance of a thunderstorm on Friday evening.Tropical Cyclone Bonnie Foam
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