Break out the umbrellas, South Florida, it's going to be a really, really wet week.
A disturbance in the Caribbean is expected to dump as much as seven inches of rain on the region, starting Tuesday and lasting for a couple of days, the National Hurricane Center said Monday. Listen to the forecast here.
Scientists are watching the disorganized group of thunderstorms to make sure it doesn't come together and become a more formidable menace like a tropical depression or tropical storm.
But even without a name, the weather system is expected to bring heavy flooding to Broward and Miami-Dade counties and the Florida Keys. The heavy rains could start as early as 8 a.m. but what makes it a real problem is the weather could be continuous for 24 hours, not allowing drainage systems to move the water fast enough in some low-lying areas.
There is also a chance of tornadoes popping up.
Umbrellas, raincoats, boots and stilts might be good fashion choices for the rest of the week.