Dry weather continues across Southwest Florida and you can take your umbrellas as no real relief is forecast. Low dew point and light winds today led to a high fire risk today but made conditions comfortable for those outdoor activities.
For the rest of the evening and night, we will feel light but comfortable under the clear sky.
Get ready for a warm week! We’re on the uphill part of the temperature roller coaster. Expect the high to slowly climb closer to above 80 by midweek. Monday looks to be quite sunny with temperatures nearing 86°F warmer and the dew point should still be between 60 and above 50, meaning there shouldn’t be a heavy or swampy feeling if you have to be outdoors for the duration. long.
However, the heat will become more intense on Tuesday and Wednesday as highs near record highs. The record for both days was 89° and the forecast was 88°. Humidity will rise again, so expect good and sunny midweek.
As we head into the weekend and into next weekend, we’re still looking at mostly partially sunny conditions. The next front looks set to arrive around Saturday or Sunday.
However, this front is similar to some of the previous ones that we have seen. It will be very weak and will not help us alleviate the drought. The front side just gives the shower a stray opportunity. Temperatures look set to drop back to above 70 after the cold front fully infiltrates after the weekend.
https://nbc-2.com/weather/forecast/2022/02/20/forecast-plenty-of-sunshine-with-high-fire-danger/ Forecast: May hit many records in the next week