Warmer Wednesday weather keeps most of SWFL dry

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High temperatures will reach the upper 70s and low to mid-80s under partly cloudy skies. High humidity will still make our high temperatures feel like the 80s everywhere in Southwest Florida during peak heating. Boaters will encounter a light chop in our bays with 1- to 2-foot Gulf wave heights.

A few showers are in Wednesday’s forecast. These will form in the morning before the second round of rain chances appears in the evening. While a few weak storms are possible, severe weather is not in Wednesday’s forecast. Activity will likely diminish once the sun sets.

Rain chances will return for Thanksgiving’s forecast. A few stray showers will form after lunchtime as high temperatures reach the mid-80s across Southwest Florida. There are currently no named storms or disturbances in the Atlantic, and there are no additional named storms expected to form within the next five days. Our Atlantic hurricane season officially ends in one week!

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