Front brings breezy, less humid conditions to SWFL

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FORT MYERS, Fla. There will be a high of 76 degrees with breezy conditions Tuesday due to a cold front in Southwest Florida, WINK meteorologist Brooke Silverang said.

People in areas of Southwest Florida are waking up to cooler temperatures.

“Our first true fall front has swept through Southwest Florida, and temperatures, as well as our humidity levels are dropping as a result,” WINK meteorologist Matt Devitt said.

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