Warm and humid conditions stick around for one more day before a cold front moves through SWFL and the cooler, drier air returns. Temperatures start in the 70s Wednesday morning with areas of patchy fog possible. Highs will heat to the upper 80s this afternoon under a mix of sun and clouds. A 50% rain chance will develop heading into the second half of the day with a few scattered showers and storms possible on and off through tomorrow morning as the cold front tracks through our area. Skies will start to clear tomorrow afternoon as the cooler air filters in behind the front, with temperatures dropping to the 50s overnight into Friday morning with highs just in the 70s this weekend.
A gradual warm-up will commence to start next week with highs back around 80 with lows in the 60s for Monday and Tuesday. It will become breezy on Tuesday as easterly winds pick up a bit as high pressure over the Middle Atlantic settles into the area.