Soaking showers are back. Parts of the state (including a large portion of south Florida) need to contend with tropical moisture streaming into the area. Rain has been moving northward, in batches, and the wet weather will stick around for a bit. The rainy conditions are due to tropics. Tropical Depression Nine (now in the Gulf of Mexico) is pulling up plentiful moisture. The system will likely gain more steam on the forecast track that will likely take it in the direction of the Big Bend. Much of Florida will have unsettled weather in the form of wind, rain, and even possible tornadoes. Of course, the worst of it will focus on the basic storm track during the middle of the week. Meanwhile, south Florida will not have direct impacts but it’s important to watch for periods of heavy rain. Also, there’s a real potential for street flooding as the week continues.