A Flash Flood Warning has been issued for portions of northern Miami-Dade and southern Broward County until 8:45 p.m.
Sunday afternoon’s storms produced two to five inches of rainfall, leading to a round of Flash Flood Warnings and Advisories for the region.
Locally heavy downpours continue in the forecast for Memorial Day as additional slow-moving storms are expected.
With much of the activity contained to the afternoon and evening hours, some sunshine should peek through to start the day.
Expect high temperatures to top out in the upper 80s while overnight lows level out in the middle to upper 70s over the next several days.
Rain chances are likely to decrease late week before increasing again next weekend.
Wednesday is June 1st, the official start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season.
While tropical development is not anticipated over the next few days, a broad area around the Yucatan Peninsula will be monitored late in the week for potential development.
It is not certain that a tropical entity will develop or just where it may track should it come to fruition. It is far too early to speculate at this time. The forecast will be updated if
confidence grows over the next few days.
The season’s first area of concern in the tropics is developing near the Yucatan Peninsula.
The early call is for moisture to gradually move northeast over the next week, possibly grazing South Florida next weekend with enhanced moisture but nothing significant.
However, some models do suggest a storm could develop after the system passes by us and approaches Bermuda. Stay tuned.
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