Forecast: Seasonable this afternoon
Generally, calm weather conditions are expected across Southwest Florida this afternoon. Along with this, we’ll see seasonable temperatures for mid-April peaking in the mid-80s after lunchtime.
Rain opportunities are low to none today, as the nearest rain to us will stay in North Florida. That’s because a front is stalling out in that part of the state meaning we stay under the influence of southeast winds keeping temperatures warm and humidity somewhat noticeable.
Tonight, overnight numbers will fall into the upper 60s leading to some areas of morning fog on Friday. Any fog that forms on Friday should mix out by late morning and give way to plenty of sunshine with mid-day highs near 84 degrees.
Our region’s rain prospects stay low through the first half of the weekend. It’s on Sunday, and then into early next week when rain becomes more likely thanks to a front moving and then slowing down over the southern regions of Florida. How much we see depends on where the boundary eventually stalls, so for now just keep in mind we’ll have better rain chances through early next week.
We’ll keep you updated on NBC2 if the pattern changes.
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