South Florida may not just be in store for a wetter Wednesday with afternoon storms, but also increased rain chances across the area heading into the weekend.
A flood advisory was issued for the northeastern part of Miami-Dade County and remained in effect for Broward County until 2 p.m.
Wednesday looks like a carbon copy of Tuesday as abundant moisture is in place and a little daytime heating should do the trick. Rain chances come in around 50% with the bulk of the showers and thunderstorms hitting this afternoon.
Isolated flooding is possible with highs once again struggling to hit 90.
Our pattern changes a bit Thursday and Friday with a little more of a southeasterly flow. This will bring the better chances of rain early in the day with drier afternoons. Rain chances come in around 30-40% with highs around 90.
Look for rain chances to creep back up to 40-50% this weekend with Saturday looking like the drier of the two days.