CBS4 Chief Meteorologist David Bernard
Fort Lauderdale was drenched in a record 4.37 inches of rain Thursday.
The coldest weather since last spring is underway here in South Florida.
Another night of chilly temperatures are on the way for South Florida.
Get ready for a drop in temperatures, fall may finally be here. In the wake of a strong cold front, South Florida woke up to cool and cloudy conditions with temperatures in the low to mid 60s, but it’s about to get even colder.
South Florida breathed a sigh of relief as we dodged the annual bullet known as hurricane season.
The National Hurricane center is closely monitoring Tropical Depression number eight which formed Thursday night in the Western Caribbean.
All the inclement weather hitting various portions of the U.S. has brought a question into the minds of many South Floridians as we enter into the beginning of hurricane season: are we in store for devastation when storms brew in the Atlantic?
The cold front responsible for the deadly tornado outbreak is moving across Florida Thursday night.
It was a record hot Thursday across South Florida. Miami and Fort Lauderdale tied their record high temperatures for the day.