A storm in the waters of the Atlantic may still be brewing, but it’s already dumping rain all over South Florida.
The National Weather Service issued a flood advisory for southeastern Broward County on Thursday morning, warning that a low-pressure trough is expected to spread on-and-off heavy rains and thunderstorms that might affect roads in the area.
The advisory, which lasts till noon, includes Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Miramar and Davie.
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Commuters can expect a slicker drive through the morning and rainfall of one to two inches, the weather agency said. Even when the rains lift, South Florida can expect mostly cloudy skies and highs around 90 degrees.
The rain is expected to stick around through Friday, according to the weather forecast.