Hot, hazy Monday afternoon with isolated storms after lunchtime

Reporter: Nash Rhodes
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The newest update from the National Hurricane Center has just upgraded this disturbance in the Caribbean to a 40% chance of formation over the next five days.


Nearly all of Southwest Florida will reach the 90s under partly cloudy, hazy skies.

High humidity will make many spots feel like they are experiencing triple-digit heat Monday afternoon.

The WINK Weather Authority is tracking scattered storms coming back to the area for tomorrow afternoon. It will be hot and humid once again so these are sure to provide some relief from the heat tomorrow!

Southwest Florida will maintain isolated and scattered rain chances until the following weekend.

Boaters will have fantastic conditions on the water. Light chop and 1- to 2-foot wave heights are expected on the water.


The next name on our 2022 storm name list is Bonnie.

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