Hurricane Humberto is moving northeast and starting to pull away from the United States. This track keeps Florida clear from any  impacts from Humberto, aside from enjoying some drier air arriving in its wake.

Some lingering surface moisture leftover from the showers and storms on Sunday may result in some low cloud cover or fog this morning, but skies will gradually clear and give way to mostly sunny conditions for the rest of the day.

High temperatures this afternoon will climb back into the low-middle 90s with only a 10% chance for an inland shower or storm through the heat of the day.

By Wednesday a 'cold' front will sweep through bringing even drier air and much lower humidity, at least for a couple of days. The humidity along with a chance for some scattered afternoon showers and storms will return for the weekend.

Have a great week!

- Meteorologist Grant GIlmore

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