Following a deluge of upwards of 7-8 inches of rain over a couple of spots in southeastern Florida on Monday, scattered downpours could again cause flooding issues for the area today.

The same storm spreading slippery snow and ice into the mid-Atlantic will drag its cold front and associated showers and storms across the Florida Peninsula.

The wet weather over southeastern Florida will be mostly confined to the afternoon and evening.

Meanwhile, a steadier, but soaking rain is also expanding from Georgia into the eastern Carolinas today. Some communities that lie in this zone could also have enough rain for flooding, especially in low-lying and poor drainage areas.

Locations along rivers and streams that already have minor flooding may also have more troubles.

Heavy rain and spray from other vehicles could create slow travel along portions of I-4, I-10, I-40, I-75 and I-95. Airport delays are also likely in the wet zone of this storm.

Story by Meteorologist Meghan Evans.