June 1, 2012

Drenching South Florida Downpours

While the rainy season is well under way in the Florida Peninsula, a weak tropical system will unload torrential downpours over South Florida into the start of the weekend.

A disorganized tropical system in the northwestern Caribbean and southeastern Gulf of Mexico has little chance of developing into anything strong in terms of wind. However, a stream of drenching showers and thunderstorms will continue to flow across the Keys and into South Florida and part of the Bahamas into Saturday.

The repeating downpours have the potential to bring urban and lowland area flooding and foil outdoor plans.

It definitely will not be good boating and beach weather for a couple of days, but conditions should improve, or dry out if you will, later in the weekend.

By Alex Sosnowski, Expert Senior Meteorologist – Accuweather.com

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