The week of showers and storms bringing heavy rain and flooding to South Florida will continue Thursday before a drier weekend in the forecast.
With three days of heavy rain under our belt, the flooding concern remains even with a flood watch for Broward and Miami-Dade counties canceled just after 9 a.m.
The timing for the most serious showers and storms is looking like late morning into mid-afternoon.
A drier pattern begins Friday with rain chances dipping down to 20%. The isolated chance of rain remains through the weekend with just 10% for Saturday.
Expect a hazy and humid weekend as Saharan dust arrives, helping to limit rain chances. Father’s Day with be warm and humid with a 30% rain chance.