South Florida's stormy pattern is finally beginning to wind down, but downpours remain in the forecast for at least one more day.
A flood advisory was issued from Broward County on Friday while a Flood Watch remains in effect for all of South Florida for the second straight day. The Flood Watch runs through Sunday at 8 p.m. for Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties.
Showers and storms will continue all Saturday, but downpours are especially likely in the afternoon and evening.
As of 1 p.m. Friday, Pembroke Pines had gotten over three and a half inches of rain while Fort Lauderdale had just under three inches during the day.
Opa-Locka registered just over two inches for the highest total in Miami-Dade since midnight.
On Thursday, Fort Lauderdale registered just under three inches of rain throughout the day - while the highest total in Miami-Dade County was in the city of Miami, with just over an inch.
Those living and driving in low lying areas are advised to be on the lookout for potential flooding. Crews have been working in areas such as Brickell and Miami Beach to help avoid a serious backup of water.
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