A Flood Watch is in effect for South Florida, which include Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, until Monday evening.
The watch will stay in effect until 8 p.m. on Monday.
Sunday’s drenching brought 2 to 4 inches of rain around South Florida, washing away the hopes of any dry weather.
Moving into the Memorial Day holiday, there is no room for improvement. Rounds of heavy downpours remain likely, possibly adding an additional 3 to 6” of rainfall around metro South Florida by Monday night.
With that in mind, a Flood Watch has been issued for the area, excluding the Keys, until 8 p.m. Monday evening.
Passing rains, some locally heavy, will continue overnight Sunday, through Monday morning and afternoon.
While there may be some breaks, it doesn’t appear the region will shake the rain anytime soon.
Through Monday, hazards include the threat for isolated severe storms and pockets of urban flooding with the heaviest of rainfall.
Never drive through areas of standing water.
Highs will remain in the lower to mid 80s with otherwise cloudy conditions through Tuesday.
A touch more sunshine will be added to our skies mid-week, with shower chances tapering back for next weekend.
Track the weather across South Florida with NBC 6's First Alert Doppler 6000 anytime.