Scattered rain chances return to Southwest Florida today

Good morning, Southwest Florida. We’ve made it to Friday!Highs return to the mid-90s today for many communities. All of us will climb into the 90s this afternoon with cloud cover increasing as the day goes on. One of the first things you will notice when you walk out your door today is the humidity. Our muggy conditions will fuel heat index values into the 100s.Rain chances are higher than they were yesterday. Isolated storms will initially form along our coastal zones.These showers and storms will shift inland into the late afternoon and evening. Later tonight, a second round of storms may return to the coastlineRain chances climb into the weekend and remain scattered into the upcoming work week. Boating conditions will be fantastic today (given you can dodge any storms).We are tracking a disturbance with a low (30%) chance of development over the next five days. This broad area of low pressure will be moving off the Georgia coastline later today. Regardless if it spins up over the Atlantic, it would only have minimal impacts on Southwest Florida.Meanwhile, there are no additional disturbances in the Atlantic Basin.The next name on our 2021 storm naming list would be Fred.

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