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Strongest cold front this fall coming

As we near the end of what’s been a long and destructive hurricane season, we’re watching one area of interest in the Atlantic Basin.

The only area with any chance of development is in the far eastern Atlantic, where a non-tropical area of low pressure could gain subtropical characteristics over the next few days as it meanders southward near the Canary Islands. By the middle of week, the window for development will close, as conditions become unfavorable.

The National Hurricane Center gives this feature a medium 40% chance of development.


LOCAL FORECAST

Back in Southwest Florida, enjoy the last gasp of warm weather for Sunday, as the mercury rises back into the lower 80s, with a mix of sun & clouds!

On Monday, the strongest cold front so far this Fall will push across Florida, bringing scattered showers & breezy conditions!

Behind the front, temperatures will plunge into the 40s by Wednesday morning. Time to break out our Florida “winter” coats!

Reporter:Dylan Federico
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