Yesterday had widespread storms across most of the metro, including a very nice storm over Weston which prompted a significant weather event advisory from the Miami NWS office. There was some limited street flooding in the NW suburbs from the afternoon storms as the SB initiated storms came in, and later teh outflow initiated storms moved around the area. The flow was from the SSE, thus storms slowly drifted NNW across the metro areas. Today should be a repeat of this event with a little more convective action, and a little more moisture than yesterday. Upper air plots show 650-350mb layer flow from the NW, while below that is mostly from the south and SW. Surface winds are light from the SSE, but they are moving around to the west. This means storms are likely to be sheared unusually today, and more likely to remain near the coast.