High temperatures will climb into the 90s across Southwest Florida under partly cloudy skies.
High humidity will continue to inflate our “feels like” temperatures into triple digits during peak heating.
Scattered thunderstorms will mitigate some of that heat. These storms will initially develop south of the Caloosahatchee River just after lunchtime, before increasing their coverage the north in the late afternoon. Most of Wednesday’s thunderstorms will remain below severe limits.
Once again, boaters will experience pleasant conditions on the water.
The area of disturbed weather in the Northern Gulf of Mexico has further disorganized and is no longer expected to develop into a named storm. There are no additional disturbances in the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, or the Caribbean at this time.