Flood advisories are in effect for parts of Miami-Dade and Broward this morning causing major headaches for the morning commute.The National Weather Service has stated that more flood advisories could be issued later in the day due to the heavy rain expected to move in off the ocean breeze. This blow up of rain is associated with an area of disturbed weather that developed overnight over the Bahamas. This area is they key forcing mechanism for the showers and storms we will experience through out the day. The ocean breeze will continue to steer any storms that develop offshore over parts of South Florida. By the afternoon most of the storms may favor inland Miami-Dade and Broward. This wet setup should begin to diminish starting tonight as high pressure builds over the state. This will also allow for the winds to relax Friday and into the weekend.
In the tropics we are tracking the progress of Tropical Storm Nadine. This system is on the verge of becoming a hurricane as its spinning over the Central Atlantic. This system will "Not" be a threat to land in its forward progress.
Wsvn Morning Meteorologist