South Florida can expect to see some wet weather for the next couple of days. But a cold front pushing through at the end of the week should bring drier, cooler temperatures, according to the National Weather Service.
“It looks like it’s going to get better as the week goes on,” said meteorologist Chuck Caracozza.
The chance of rain on Tuesday is 60 percent, but then it drops to 20 percent on Wednesday.
Tuesday morning started with heavy downpours in some areas of South Florida, some minor road flooding and lots of lightning and thunder.
"Mother Nature is putting on a light show," CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez said.
Most of the rain moved offshore early Tuesday after the overnight drenching.
Caracozza said a front to the north can be blamed for the moisture that has drenched South Florida for the last few days.
By Thursday night and into Friday morning, a cold front will push the wet weather away and South Florida can expect a dip in the temperature.
Highs are expected to reach the low- to mid- 70s and the lows could be in the mid- to high-60s.