The water advisory for Biscayne Bay has been lifted, but is still in effect for the Collins Canal, Indian Creek to 51st and Surprise Lake.
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.
A summer storm kept many South Floridians indoors Monday.The sky served as a backdrop for a lightning storm. In Fort Lauderdale, cars slowed down. They weren’t enjoying the show, but rather wading through several inches of floodwater along Broward Blvd.
Hurricane Irene downgraded to a Category 1 hurricane Tuesday but is likely to restrengthen to a category 3 hurricane by Wednesday, according to the National Hurricane Center but the threat to South Florida is decreasing.
Hurricane Irene has strengthened to a category two hurricane as it churns toward the Bahamas.
Tropical Storm Irene is bearing down on St. Croix.
The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Don has formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico and is moving toward the coast of Texas. It is the 4th named storm of the season.
The city of North Miami Beach issued a precautionary boil water notice Wednesday for the area within Northeast 165th Street to Northeast 171st Street. Residents are advised to boil all drinking or cooking water before using it.
From highways to airports, the foggy start made getting around South Florida slow, and dangerous at times.