Monday began with plenty of sunshine in South Florida, with temperatures in the upper 70s to start the Labor Day holiday.
Nasty weather picked up in Browad County, where a flood advisory was issued until 5 p.m. but was cancelled just before 4 p.m. Earlier, the National Weather Service had issued a tornado warning for Broward, but it was later discontinued.
Temperatures were expected to reach 90 Monday afternoon, with a 30 percent chance of afternoon showers and storms. A 30 percent chance of rain will stay in the forecast through Tuesday as well.
Rain chances will drop mid-week, then possibly increase by the weekend.
There are a couple of features in the tropics. One is southwest of Cuba and has a 20 percent of development in the next 3-5 days. It is expected to head west, away from South Florida.
The other feature is entering the Eastern Caribbean, and has a 50 percent chance of development during the next 3-5 days. It may pass east of the Bahamas, but it will be something to monitor during the next 3-5 days.
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