It will continue to rain intermittently in South Florida for the next couple days, meteorologists said.
While there won’t be rain at all hours of each day, shower chances remain on the high side through Thursday before the pattern settles down a little bit this weekend.
Tonight and into the early hours on Wednesday, rapidly-moving showers may create some minor street flooding.
Breezy conditions continue on the east coast beaches, spawning a high rip current risk for Tuesday afternoon. Expect scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms and highs around 87.
Wednesday will be cloudy with numerous showers and isolated thunderstorms and temperatures reaching 88.
The tropical weather outlook for the next several days is very quiet. There are no areas of imminent development, nor do any forecast models show any concerns into the weekend.
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