Grab that umbrella! The rain is about to return.
Deep tropical moisture will be moving into South Florida on Wednesday evening, increasing our rain and storm chances to 50 percent during the overnight hours.
That trend will continue throughout Thursday, as chances increase to 70 percent with high temps in the mid 80s.
On Friday, we can again expect locally heavy rain and lightning storms, with a 90 percent chance of the wet stuff and another day of mid 80s.
The locally heavy rain will increase the flood threat due to the heavy rain some areas received previous weeks.
Much of the area will see between one and two inches of rain each day, with locally higher amounts.
Meanwhile, Fathers Day weekend will continue to be cloudy, with rain chances at 60 percent on Saturday and 50 percent for Sunday, with highs in the upper 80s both days.
We’ll start to dry out on Monday and Tuesday, with partly sunny skies and with highs around 90. A few scattered showers and a thunderstorms remain possible both days.