A weak cold front passes southwestern Florida at midnight on Monday, causing an isolated inland storm on Monday afternoon, after which humidity can drop.
Our coastal areas are likely to remain dry, but in areas like Hendery, Glaze, and inland Collier County, some strong storms are seen, perhaps even in isolated and intense storms. There is a possibility that it will be.
Elsewhere, warm and slightly humid days are expected, with maximum temperatures returning to near 90 degrees Celsius.
Behind the front, the drier air calms down. Humidity will drop from Tuesday, but drier air will also limit the possibility of rain.
We need to stay dry and refreshing until Friday. No recurrence of rain or storms will be seen until next weekend.
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Weak cold front moves until Monday
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