Dense Fog Advisories were in effect for Lee, Charlotte and DeSoto counties Monday morning until 8 a.m. thanks to the fact that widespread dense fog has developed in those areas overnight. Look for visibility dropping to less than a quarter of a mile at times.
The fog will begin to lift out after 8 a.m. this morning, leaving us with a partly cloudy sky for the rest of the day. While our coastal areas will remain dry, we’ll watch for a few showers moving northward through some of our inland areas.
More areas of dense fog will be possible on Tuesday morning.
Warmer-than-average temperatures will persist for the rest of the week, with highs remaining about 5 to 6 degrees above average as we top off in the mid-80s each day. Higher humidity will also allow for milder overnight lows, with temperatures only set to cool into the mid and upper 60s each night.
Our next cold front moves through Sunday, which may bring us a few showers before a drop in humidity and a slight drop in temperatures for early next week.