Happy Hump Day, Southwest Florida!
Maximum temperatures reach the late 80’s and late 90’s under almost clear skies. Expect occasional gusts from the northeast.
Our dry weather brings great benefits. You will feel comfortable during peak heating, rather than the unpleasant humidity that is common during this time.This lack of humidity reduces the possibility of rain until Friday. It may rain tomorrow. These rain potentials are primarily in our inland areas.
The Atlantic Ocean remains busy now. We are currently tracking major hurricanes and three obstacles. Thankfully, the bad weather areas of the North Atlantic pose no threat to the United States.Hurricane Sam is expected to move away from the United States this week as well. Sam will continue to be a strong Category 4 hurricane until Thursday.To the east of Sam, there are two turmoil we are still monitoring.The more powerful system (eastern side) appears to be on the road to the Mid-Atlantic coast. Weak systems (western) do not currently have a clear direction of travel. Both of these are very far from Florida, but will be noticeable in October.
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It’s dry today and it could rain tomorrow
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