Despite a rainy weekend, South Florida is still facing exceptional to extreme drought conditions Monday morning.
After a slow start to rainy season, the weekend brought some much needed rain with portions of Broward and Miami-Dade getting more than an inch.
Moist flow will enhance scattered thunderstorms through the first half of the week.
Specifically, Coral Springs, North Miami Beach and Davie tallied the greatest totals recorded by the South Florida Water Management District.
On Saturday, Coral Springs was soaked by 1.43” of rain, while Sunday brought 0.62” more to the community. The two-day total was more than two inches of rain.
North Miami Beach saw just under half an inch of rain on Saturday. On Sunday, rainfall totaled 1.28”. The city had 1.77” over the weekend.
Davie’s rainfall measured 0.05” and 1.52” Saturday and Sunday respectively, resulting in 1.57” total.