After a wet start to the work week, South Florida will not see much of a break from the showers and storms Tuesday and for the rest of the week.
A Severe Thunderstorm Warning was issued until 6 p.m. for northern Miami-Dade County. Locations impacted are Miami, Hialeah, Miami Beach, Coral Gables and Key Biscayne. A severe thunderstorm was located over Downtown Miami, or over Virginia Key, moving northwest at 15 mph.
The area continues to see occasional showers and storms roll in from the Atlantic and it looks like this pattern is set to continue all week. The best chance for rain will be Tuesday and Wednesday, but storm chances remain fairly high all week long.
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Highs will top out in the upper 80s each day.
Winds will become a little more southerly this weekend and early next week and that will push numbers back to the 90s. Rain chances will still be elevated to around 40-50%.
The rainfall is still needed as most areas are down anywhere from 5-12" on the year.