After a stormy start to the work week in South Florida, the wet weather will be sticking around Tuesday and doesn't seem to be going anywhere.
An easterly wave is passing to our south and has brought added moisture to South Florida. Scattered showers and storms are expected through the afternoon.
Periods of heavy rain and even a few stronger storms are expected along with the possibility of minor localized flooding with the heaviest rainfall.
The best chance of rain will be focused towards Monroe County and southern Miami-Dade county. A slight chance for Broward County. Highs reach into the upper 80s to low 90s.
The next few days remain unsettled with the east breeze continuing to stream moisture into our area. Scattered showers and storms will stay into the forecast through Thursday with Friday looking brighter. Rain chance hovers between 40-50% this weekend.