Latest Miami Weather 2012
Florence, at one time a tropical storm in the eastern Atlantic, has lost its punch and dissipated below tropical depression strength as it moves across the Atlantic Ocean.
Tropical Storm Florence, a storm in the eastern Atlantic that poses no threat to land, is done strengthening.
In addition to Tropical Storm Ernesto, forecasters at the National Hurricane Center are watching Tropical Depression #6 which formed late Friday night in the Atlantic.
The National Hurricane is now tracking Tropical Depression 5 which formed in the tropical Atlantic Ocean Wednesday afternoon.
Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami are keeping a close eye on a tropical system churning in the Gulf of Mexico which could become the fourth named storm of the season.
Much like a monsoon, a rain packed weather system hunkered down over west Miami-Dade Tuesday afternoon, dumping nearly 10 inches of rain on West Miami and shattering the old Miami rainfall record. The downpour caused widespread flooding and turned rush hour into a hot mess.
Tropical Storm Alberto has been downgraded to a tropical depression Monday night as it continues to move away from the U.S. coastline.
A Tropical Storm Watch along the South Carolina coast has been discontinued as Tropical Storm Alberto, the first tropical storm of 2012 season, meanders up the coastline.
The first tropical storm of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season has formed off the coast of South Carolina with top winds of 45 mph (75 kph).