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Forecast: Staying cloudy but drier for Friday

We’ve got one more day of cloudy weather before we finally start to see some sunshine ahead heading into Father’s Day weekend.  The developing tropical system in the far western Gulf of Mexico is the main culprit for sending clouds our way, but this storm will head toward the coast of Louisiana tonight into the weekend, bringing some of the clouds along with it.   The developing storm in the gulf will not be a factor in our weekend weather for Father’s Day, but we’ll still see some clouds mixed in with sunshine along with the chance for some isolated rain. As...

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Forecast: More clouds and rain Thursday

Our weather is stuck in a bit of a rut again today with more clouds and scattered rain back in the forecast. While rain will be possible at any time today, it’s not going to be a washout like yesterday. A FLOOD WATCH continues for Collier County until noon today, and any additional rainfall could lead to more flooding.  With the clouds and scattered rain around today, temperatures will stay on the “cooler” side with highs in the mid to upper 80s.  We’ll see improvements in our weather Friday with fewer areas of rain, but clouds will still be plentiful.  The...

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Forecast: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms

Keep the umbrella handy today as onshore flow allows for scattered showers and storms. Plenty of cloud cover sticks around which will limit temperatures a touch for this time of year. Highs will reach the upper 80s with overnight lows in the mid 70s.  The best chance for rain will still be the afternoon with more isolated chances late this evening.  Regarding the tropics, Bill has now transitioned to a post-tropical cyclone as it has lost tropical characteristics. There is still an area of interest in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico that has a 60% chance of development over the...

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Forecast: Scattered showers and storms around

Another active day throughout Southwest Florida with scattered showers and storms and warm temperatures reaching the upper 80s.  We’re watching two areas of interest and Tropical Storm Bill. Bill will be heading northeast in the Atlantic away from the U.S. into cooler water and is not expected to bring significant impacts to the U.S. The area of interest in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico has a 20% chance of development over the next 2 days and a 70% percent chance of development over the next 5 days.  Lastly, we are watching an area of showers and thunderstorms just...

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Forecast: Unsettled weather this evening

Southwest Florida is in an unsettled stretch of weather today and will be through the middle of the work week.   In this weather pattern, we have ample humidity and moisture around to form clouds and rain.  With steering winds from the west, we’ll be in line for areas of rain and storms to move from west to east this afternoon, this evening, and again overnight tonight.   This isn’t to say it will be raining everywhere and all evening, but it does mean any community in our part of the state bears the chance of a shower or storm tonight.  Overnight...

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Forecast: Seasonal temperatures with isolated showers

By: Meteorologist Lauren Hope Similar to Saturday, calm west winds will lead to coastal areas becoming the target for morning showers and thunderstorms. Inland areas will have the better chance for stray activity tonight.  Temperatures remain fairly seasonal with highs in the upper 80s to low 90s and overnights stuck in the mid to upper 70s. As the boundary turns stationary to the north, no cool down but more widespread coverage is expected with scattered showers and storms in the forecast heading into the next work week.  The NHC has increased chances of development...

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Forecast: Hot, steamy weekend with isolated storms

The good news is we’ve got some rain back in the forecast today. The bad news is for those who could really use more rain, our rain chances will stay fairly isolated and hit-or-miss.  This morning, expect a warm, steamy start with sunshine and temperatures approaching 90 by the lunch hour.  A few spots of rain will bubble up over Lee, Collier and Charlotte County early in the afternoon, but as winds shift from west to east, the storms that form will favor inland areas during the mid to late afternoon.  If you have evening plans outdoors, a few showers will still be possible...

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Forecast: More heat with only a few evening storms

June is typically the wettest month of the year for Southwest Florida, but it certainly hasn’t played out that way this week.  Rain chances will be very isolated again this afternoon, which means the summer heat will be front and center.  Highs will range from 92-95 this afternoon, but the heat index will be as high as 100 degrees during the peak heating of the day.  Any showers and storms that develop for the rest of today should be focused around the late evening hours before the area turns dry tonight.  Overall, rain chances stay limited through the end of the week, although...

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Forecast: Hot with limited rain chances Wednesday

We’ve got the summer heat, but our summertime storms will be fairly limited today with just a few isolated showers and storms developing by the mid to late afternoon. Temperatures will toasty again as daytime highs touch the mid-90s from 1 to 4 p.m. If you’re lucky enough to see one of those isolated showers, the rain-cooled air will drop temperatures quickly for some of us.  Rain chances today will run around 20-30% with coast locations in line to see the best opportunity for a shower or storm.  Don’t expect any big changes to the forecast Thursday and...

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Forecast: Staying hot with a few storms

The warm trend continues as highs soar to the mid-90s today with overnight lows gradually falling into the 70s. Dew points will remain high with no relief in humidity in sight.  The best chance for hit or miss showers and storms comes this afternoon and evening though there will still be many areas that remain dry.  The National Hurricane Center has increased the chance of development for an area in the southwestern Caribbean to a 30% chance of organizing over the next 5 days. The NBC2 Weather Team will keep you updated on air and online.  The post Forecast: Staying hot with...

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