Showers and a few thunderstorms are again likely today, though the heaviest. Highs will range from upper 70s to low 80s. A few changes are in store for South Florida in spite of this relatively stagnant wet pattern of the past week, but Monday will still be a wet day across the region.
[Weather reports from WINK and WFOR are below]
A Flood Watch is in effect until Noon for Broward County, locally heavy rainfall amounts of up to 2 inches are possible, which will cause additional flood problems through the Fort Lauderdale metropolitan area. There is a High Risk of Rip Currents on Atlantic beaches through Tuesday. Swimming is not advised.
Over the next several days, expect numerous showers, some with locally heavy rainfall, as well as isolated thunderstorms. It appears rain chances will be on the increase again by Friday at the latest, and unless a fast, northeastward moving disturbance can clear the area and bring drier air in behind in by the middle of the holiday weekend, it appears showers will remain likely throughout, with a potential for renewed heavy rainfall.