The Weather Authority: A bit drier today; not a bad day to head out on the boat

Author: Lauren Kreidler
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It’s like Mother Nature knew it was Father’s Day. It’s a bit drier for your Sunday, with only a chance for some isolated afternoon storms.

Temperatures will be near average, topping out in the low 90s under mostly cloudy skies.


Isolated storm chances persist for the start of the workweek. Towards the end of the week, the chance of rain will increase.

It’s not a bad day to head out on the water. Just keep an eye on the sky and download the WINK Weather app to track any showers and storms that develop with WINK Live Doppler 3x Radar. Winds are out of the east, around 5 to 15 knots, with a light chop in the bays.


“We are watching two areas in the tropics,” explained The Weather Authority Meteorologist Lauren Kreidler. “The tropical disturbance in the southwestern Gulf, with a 60% chance of developing, is moving away from Southwest Florida.”


The newly highlighted disturbance, with a 30% chance, has a low-end chance of developing but could contribute to southwest Florida’s rain chances in the latter part of the week as it moves to the WNW.

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