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Storms Keeping Localized Flooding Possible Wednesday in South Florida

A tropical wave recently moving south of our region will keep rain chances high for your Wednesday

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Don't put away your umbrella Wednesday in South Florida with storm chances rising across the area and staying high for the rest of the work week.

Moisture continues to stream in and bring scattered shower and isolated thunderstorms to South Florida. Rain chances will remain elevated through the rest of the day as the tropical wave to our southwest pulls away.

When it's not raining, mostly cloudy skies will be over head. Temperatures have struggled to warm up but will top out around the upper 80s in the afternoon. 

Rain chances stay above 50% through the end of the week with scattered showers remaining into the upcoming weekend. Highs reach the upper 80s to low 90s for the extended period.

Track the weather across South Florida with NBC 6's First Alert Doppler 6000 anytime.

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