Isolated storms roll in Monday afternoon

Reporter: Juliana Mejia
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The majority of Southwest Florida will enjoy a mix of sun and clouds until a few showers form well inland around 1 p.m., eventually developing into isolated storms near the coast and I-75 throughout the afternoon and evening.

Expect on-and-off storms near the coast beginning around 3 p.m. and slowing down by 7 p.m.

Thanks to slightly lower rain chances, high temperatures will climb to the lower 90s for nearly all of the viewing area. Fort Myers will be right around average for this time of year.

Waters are looking good for boaters with a light chop in the bays and 1- to 2-foot wave heights. The UV index remains in the extreme category at level 11.

We are tracking only one tropical disturbance in the east Atlantic. It has a low (10%) chance of formation over the next five days as it moves north. Regardless, this will bring no impacts to Florida or the United States. Bret is the next name up on our 2023 storm naming list.

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