All signs point to more rain moving into south Florida during the early part of this week. A slew of weather features surround us, which will add to the overall instability. One particular disturbance poses the greatest threat for “rattling the region.” It’s a tropical wave currently crossing the central Bahamas. If this boundary remains intact, it could reach south Florida as early as Monday with more numerous thunderstorms. Timing waves can be tricky, though (and tropical waves don’t always hold together)! We’ll need to be on guard for increased rain action coming onshore from Monday through Tuesday, at least. Be prepared for sudden heavy downpours and possible street flooding (if rain moves in a slower fashion). Into Wednesday, we’re still likely to find a sky littered with clouds along with generally unsettled conditions. Hopefully, by Thursday, rain chances decrease as high pressure rebuilds… and tropical moisture thins out.