Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
A stalled front over North-Central Florida continues to trap deep tropical moisture over our state and creating flood concerns around several counties leading to some road closures. Rainfall rates are at around a quarter to half an inch of rain per hour in some spots. The majority of the rain is located in North-Central Florida, but that doesn't mean South Florida will not see rain. Although the weather has been quiet to jump start your Tuesday, it will be active this afternoon/evening.
The forecast calls for a good chance of rain through Thursday and possibly Friday too. Most of the computer models are suggesting that the stalled front will fade as it sags South and an area of high pressure will be building in from the Southeast United States. This will help the breeze pick up from the Northeast and draw in drier less humid air. For now, we will have to deal with an anytime downpour through Friday and look forward to the weekend because it will be nice and comfortable.
Tropics: All is quiet.
Have a wonderful day and make it a great one South Florida!
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