On the Satellite imagery you can see a line of clouds that extends from the Nicaraguan/Honduran border northeast through Cuba and the Bahamas. The red dots represent the strongest and heaviest rain. South Florida is just on the fringes, yet we've had torrential rains across the area.
This is what NHC is saying regarding this area of clouds and rain.
The low is centered near Lat: 17N Lon: 86W , or just off the Nicaraguan Coast. There are scattered showers sitting just east of the low.
Our observations suggest:
There is plenty of moisture in the Caribbean Sea, and whether this feature organizes or not, the rain is expected to stick around South Florida over the next few days.
I want to show you the VERY EARLY model runs so that you get an idea of where this feature may go IF it develops. No need to worry now, but its good to check back from time to time for the very latest.