South Florida we have a weak disturbance over the northeastern Gulf of Mexico spreading into north-central Florida. There is also an upper area of low pressure over the Bahamas. These features will be funneling in plenty of moisture our way through Tuesday. Rain chances will remain high at 60%.
Keep in mind that some of the storms that develop could produce dangerous excessive lightning, gusty winds and localized street flooding. Therefore, have the rain gear on hand at all times and keep it tuned to your Storm Station!
Area #1: A weak area of low pressure located inland over north-central Florida continues to produce a large area of showers and storms. This area is expected to drift over north Florida through the next few days and could be a real rainmaker. Most of the computer models insist that 8 to 12 inches of rain will be possible from the Florida panhandle to north-central Florida during the next few days that could result in flooding.
Area #2: An area of disorganized showers and storms near the southeastern Bahamas is moving northwest to north. A low could develop midway between Florida and Bermuda by Tuesday. However, The National Hurricane Center is only giving it a low chance to form in the next 5 days.
Have a wonderful Sunday South Florida and make it a safe one!
WSVN Channel 7