If you're looking for a break from the wet weather South Florida has seen the first few days of the work week, it won't come Wednesday.
The area continues to stay locked into a breezy, unsettled pattern again and we are under a plethora of weather advisories as a result.
A flood watch was extended into Thursday for parts of the metro area and coastal areas of South Florida. A small craft advisory is in effect through 8 p.m. for parts of Miami-Dade and Broward counties, while a coastal flood advisory is in effect until 8 a.m. Thursday and finally a high risk of rip currents until Thursday evening.
Another 1-3 inches are possible with isolated amounts up to 6 inches. The astronomical high tides are adding insult to injury with drainage for rainfall becoming even more difficult in coastal locations. Never drive through flooded roadways.
Easily 80% of the area will see periods of heavy rain with highs struggling to hit the mid-80s. Look for another round of wind and heavy rain Thursday.
This pattern continues with more moisture streaming in and will grounds already quite saturated we will again need to monitor the flooding concern through our Thursday. Rain changes will come down by Friday and hover around 40% through the weekend with a bit more sunshine expected by then.