FORECAST: Rain Chances Increase Mid-Week

THROUGH TONIGHT:

Mostly clear skies can be expected overnight with lows in the low 60s. Some areas of fog will be possible after midnight.

TUESDAY-TUESDAY NIGHT:

Warm weather continues into Tuesday with mostly sunny skies and highs in the low 80s. Tuesday night will see an increase in clouds as a storm system from the Gulf moves closer to the area. Overnight lows will only fall to the mid 60s. 

REST OF THIS WEEK:

Wednesday looks wet at this point as an area of low pressure moves across the southern portion of the state. Depending on the eventual track of the storm, rain and a few thunderstorms will be possible as early as late morning Wednesday and continue through Wednesday night. Locally heavy rainfall will be possible in some areas. By Thursday morning, the storm system moves east and quiet weather is expected for the rest of the week. Highs will reach the mid and upper 70s Thursday, and around 80 for Friday. 

WEEKEND:

Both Saturday and Sunday look great weatherwise with a mix of sun and clouds and highs around 80 to the low 80s. Overnight temps will drop to around 60 Saturday and Sunday morning. 

 
TUESDAY MARINE FORECAST OUT 20 NAUTICAL MILES
 
WINDS: E/S @ 5-10 kts.

SEAS: 2 ft. or Less

BAY & INLAND WATERS: Light Chop   

WATER TEMPERATURE @ FT. MYERS BEACH: 75°

SUNRISE/SUNSET: 6:57 AM / 6:24 PM              

                                                                                          
FOX 4 STORM SHIELD CHIEF METEOROLOGIST DEREK BEASLEY

Print this article Back to Top