MIAMI (CBS4) – It’s a wet start to the work week Monday as showers and storms sweep across portions of South Florida.

Torrential downpours in Monroe County led to an Urban Flood Advisory Monday morning for the lower Keys due to 2 to 2 and a half inches of rain near Sugar Loaf key in between Key West and Big Pine Key.

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Heavy rain also rolled across parts of Broward and Miami-Dade counties as well.

 

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The storm chance remains high Monday due to plenty of moisture and a Southerly-Southwesterly flow. That means it could be stormy during Monday’s afternoon commute.

The juicy, unstable atmosphere will lead storms that could produce heavy downpours, lightning and gusty winds.

Tuesday’s weather will be unsettled as well and some storms will still be possible.

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The rain chance decreases towards the middle and later part of the week as drier air moves in.

Lissette Gonzalez