A weak cold front will pass through southwest Florida late Monday afternoon, causing isolated storms to occur on Monday afternoon and then lower humidity.

While our coastal areas are likely to remain dry, we may see several strong storms and possibly even a single strong storm in areas such as Hendry, Glades and the Inner District of Collier.

Elsewhere, a warm and slightly humid day with highs of almost 90 is expected.

Dryer air will settle behind the front. Starting Tuesday we will see a drop in humidity, but drier air will also limit our chances of rain.

We have to stay dry until Friday and the wind. We will not see a return of rains and thunderstorms until the coming weekend.

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