Local 10 News' Weather Center meteorologists expect a rainy week in South Florida.
On Sunday, the rain in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties should start to come to an end later on this afternoon. But it will be a cloudy day.
"Expect high temperatures to stay in the upper 80s for today," Meteorologist Jennifer Correa said.
Monday is solar eclipse day. It will not be as cloudy, which means there will be good visibility.
"Tomorrow's drier weather conditions will be short lived as a surge of deep tropical moisture arrives," Correa said.
A tropical wave moving in from the Atlantic will start to bring in heavy rain Tuesday. The chance of thunderstorms is high Wednesday through Saturday.