Some areas this morning in east central Miami-Dade saw over an inch to almost two inches of rain sparking a Flood Advisory around the 6 am hour. That advisory expired at 7:45 am but the rain has continued. South Florida is stuck in a rut, surrounded by tropical moisture being steered into our area due to a couple weather features in the atmosphere. We continue to focus on an upper-level low now located near the Yucatan pumping in moisture from the south to the north affect the Florida Keys, Miami-Dade and Broward. Combined that with the afternoon heating, and the sea breeze and this will all help trigger the storms we are forecasting on and off through the day. Some storms could produce heavy rain with strong winds, and with the ground already so saturated flooding could become a big concern. As you have heard me say all week,keep your umbrella's handy!
Even though we have seen plenty of tropical moisture the National Hurricane Center is Not tracking anything!!!
Wsvn Morning Meteorologist