South Florida may get some relief from this weekends heavy rains.
A 20 percent chance of rain and storms is expected for Monday, with most of the rain occurring before 1 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. High temperatures will be around 89 degrees.
Monday night will also see a 20 percent chance of rain before midnight, with temperatures dropping to around 80 degrees.
Tuesday, Election Day, will see a similar pattern, with a 20 percent chance of rain both during the day and night. Temperatures will be near 90 degrees during the day and will drop to the low-80s in the evening.
The chance of rain will increase to 30 percent on Wednesday and Wednesday night. Temperatures will also increase to around 92 degrees during the day. Evening temperatures will stay in the low-80s.
Rain chances will drop back to 20 percent for Thursday, Thursday night and Friday. Temperatures will continue to stay steamy in the low-90s during the day and low-80s at night.
In Coconut Grove, about 800 Florida Power & Light customers along Sevilla and Anastasia Avenue lost power due to heavy weather, according to FPL spokesman Neil Nissan.
The outage occurred around 4:50 p.m. and crews were working Sunday night to restore power. A small section of Malaga Avenue was also affected.
In Plantation, along Peters Road and Southwest 71st Avenue, 1,300 customers lost power due to a lightning strike. Florida Power & Light said 90 percent of the customers had their power restored within an hour, with crews Sunday night working on the remaining customers.
Meanwhile, Saturdays rain broke a record. The National Weather Service said 3.35 inches of rain was recorded at Miami International Airport, breaking the old record of 2.35 set in 1984.
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This article will be updated as more information becomes available.