Nearly 10,000 students from across South Florida attended the 8th annual CBS4 Weather Day Wednesday prior to the Miami Marlins vs. New York Mets game at Marlins Park.
For the second time in four days, heavy rain pummeled Miami Beach, stopping traffic, inundating some businesses and forcing workers at least one hotel to mop up because of ground-floor flooding.
Phil Klotzbach and William Gray, renowned Colorado State University climatologists, are predicting the fourth busy storm season in a row.
The next time a tropical system approaches the U.S., any watches or warnings used to alert the public will be handled differently, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday.
People all over South Florida went to sleep and woke up to mostly light rainfall across the area. While the skies were gray to start the day, sunshine should start to break through Tuesday afternoon.
Good news: the National Hurricane Center’s (NHC) cone of error has shrunk again. Why is that good news? It means the center’s tropical forecasts are getting more accurate.
South Florida is in for a mixed bag of weather as we head into the big holiday weekend which includes a major drop in degrees.
It’s a weather phenomenon rarely seen over such a populated area, especially with no storms nearby.
Winter officially kicked off Friday morning at 6:12 a.m. with the Winter Solstice and it will feel more like winter South Florida style later in the day and into the weekend due to a strong cold front moving through.
Christmas may be just around the corner but South Florida is still sweating it out Thursday with warm temperatures and lots of sun but that’s all about to change. The Midwest blizzard is about to send a strong cold front across the state.