Significant weather advisories issued

Wednesday continues wet, with more heavy rain later in the week.

The week-long pattern of developing storms and heavy rains continues Wednesday, and forecasters say the worst is yet to come for The Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast.

An area of low pressure over the Gulf of Mexico has a 10% chance of Tropical Development. This weather system will keep our area in a moist flow for the rest of the week.

In this pattern we can expect periods of rain and scattered storms each day along with dry breaks too.

Thunderstorms will roll through Wednesday afternoon, bringing the threat for heavy rain, lightning and gusty winds. The severe weather threat is low but a few storms may become locally strong, and an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.

Localized flooding will be possible. Additional rainfall totals through Sunday will generally be between 3-5" with isolated higher amounts.

Rain chances will increase from 60% on Wednesday to 80-90% for later in the week.

Track the storms in your area with the CBS12 StormTrac Radar.

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