Forecast: Isolated rain coverage tonight
Southwest Florida will see isolated rain coverage for the next several afternoons as a ridge of high pressure in the atmosphere along with some comparatively drier air aloft helps to lower the amount of rain we see.
Temperatures during this stretch of time will trend warmer with mid 90s on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Timing of any showers or thunderstorms that develop the next two days will likely be pinned to late in the afternoon or evening.
During the overnight hours this week temperatures will remain mid and muggy. A nighttime low between 70 and 75 is expected for the majority of our area tonight through Friday night.
In the tropics, we’re monitoring one area in the southern Caribbean Sea. The National Hurricane Center says this region to watch northwest of South America and east of Central America has up to a 20% chance of developing into something organized in the next five days. We’ll keep watching it and provide you with updates as needed on NBC2 News.