Flood Watch In Effect OvernightHeavy rain has caused the National Weather Service in Miami to expand a flood watch to include parts of South Florida.
Parts Of South Florida Drenched, Flood Watch LiftedRelentless rain over the last few days has caused severe flooding in parts of South Florida.
Flood Watch For South Florida Remains In Effect Through Sunday EveningA Flood Watch remains in effect for parts of South Florida through Sunday evening.
Flood Watch In Effect For South Florida Until SundayA Flood Watch is in effect until 8 p.m.
Flood Watch Issued For Palm BeachThe National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for the Palm Beaches ahead of heavy showers and thunderstorms.
Relentless Rain Causes Flood Of TroubleThursday morning’s relentless rain has caused a flood of trouble in various parts of Broward County including Oakland Park.
Flood Watch In Effect For All Of South FloridaA flood watch is in effect for all of South Florida through Monday morning.
Flood Watch Issued For Soggy South FloridaIt’s a soggy day in South Florida, and slick roads are causing plenty of accidents on the highways.
Another Round Of Windy, Wet Weather ThursdayThursday got off to a wet start with steady rain and heavy downpours in some areas across South Florida. Mother Nature added insult to injury since some roads are still flooded from all the rain the past few days.
Flood Of Trouble In S. Fla., More Rain PossibleWednesday could be another soggy day across South Florida. The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch for Miami-Dade.
Rain Forecast Clouded In UncertaintyMiami-Dade County remains under a Flood Watch Wednesday, but the forecast models haven't quite got a handle yet on just how much rain is possible over the next 48 hours.
More Rain Drenches Soggy South FloridaThe morning commute was a soggy mess Monday as an annoying persistent low pressure system continued to pump rain into South Florida, drenching Miami-Dade with record rainfall Sunday, sparking a flood watch Monday, and rocking the Keys with thunderstorms. Forecasters say don't look for change today.