The coldest morning in quite a while across South Florida saw much of the area in the low to mid-40’s.
A lightning sparked wildfire scorched 200-acres of brush and damaged four homes in Port St. Lucie.
Hit and miss showers in the month of March did little to help our drought situation. And it may get worse before it gets better.
Miami-Dade firefighters were working to contain a small brush fire which is burning in the area of new homes under construction. There appears to be no immediate danger to people.
There is good news and not-so-good-news concerning Lake Okeechobee.
As fire crews battle a raging brush fire in western Miami-Dade which is being fueled by tinder dry conditions, the hope for a deluge of rain this weekend is fading.
South Florida’s dry winter conditions have prompted wildlife rangers to ask all campers and people who spend time in the Everglades to take care with their cigarette butts and camp fires.