An upper-level low continues to bring ample moisture and instability to South Florida and Labor Day will be no different.
High resolution models are showing a little break in the action early this morning, followed by showers and storms midday through the early afternoon.
Hopefully this next round of storms will push well west by late day and give us a break.
With light steering winds draped across our region, any storms that fire up could be slow-movers. Watch for the threat of some isolated flooding.
The bonus? The extra cloud cover could keep highs in the 80s today.
Rain chances will remain quite high over the next few days and then drop late week and into the upcoming weekend. Highs will return to the 90s as well.