Waves of heavy rain were sweeping through South Florida Monday, leading to at least one flood advisory earlier in the day.
The advisory from the National Weather Service had been in effect until 2 p.m. in Broward and included a small portion of northern Miami-Dade.
Minor flooding is ongoing or expected, the National Weather Service said.
South Florida is locked into a wet pattern Monday with easily 60-70% seeing showers and thunderstorms. Chances for severe weather look limited, however isolated flooding is certainly possible.
Temperatures will be a little cooler versus the weekend with highs hitting the upper 80s. This pattern should continue for the next couple of days.
Drier air is poised to move in by late this week as rain chances dip to about 20%. You'll notice a slightly more pleasant east breeze developing by the end of the week too.
This pattern should hold on into the weekend with highs in the upper 80s to near 90.