Hello, dry air! Clear skies will lead to comfortable conditions for Wednesday morning and then sunshine takes over for the first half of the day.
While the air will remain relatively dry through most of the day today a cold front... YES A COLD FRONT... will push in from the north late in the day and produce a few scattered showers and storms out ahead of it. Once the front pushes through, while temperatures will only drop a few degrees, it will also bring noticeably lower humidity for Thursday and Friday.
Temperatures will remain in the upper 80s to near 90 through Saturday before warmth and humidity begin to increase again into the beginning of next week.
Meanwhile, the tropics remain active. Hurricane Humberto will graze Bermuda today. Tropical Depression Imelda continues to dump heavy rainfall over eastern Texas and Tropical Depression Ten is slowly gathering strength in the central Tropical Atlantic. There is no immediate threat to Florida, but Tropical Depression Ten will need to be monitored as it is forecast to move north of the Caribbean over the weekend.
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