It’s a soggy day in South Florida, and slick roads are causing plenty of accidents on the highways.
Thursday 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.
Wednesday could be another soggy day across South Florida. The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch for Miami-Dade.
Miami-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.
The 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.
Sunday afternoon will be great time to stay inside and watch a movie or walk the mall. Showers and thunderstorms are expected to blow across our area all day long.
After a day of thunderstorms and potential flooding that led to an overnight tornado watch, a series of weather fronts that had promised severe weather moved through South Florida overnight without causing serious damage. The tornado watch was allowed to expire, and the threat of severe weather has ended.
Raked by thunderstorms and heavy rain overnight, South Florida is bracing for another round of severe weather Saturday, with the possibility of violent lightning, heavy rain, and even flooding in some areas. A flood watch has been declared for much of South Florida, and the weather has forced numerous cancellations, including for the first time in it’s 31 year history the 7-mile Bridge run in the Keys.
Mother Nature decided to give South Florida a trick this Halloween instead of a treat. Relentless rains from Sunday afternoon into Monday have flooded streets making the morning commute a nightmare.
Torrential rains Sunday afternoon into Monday morning have left parts of South Florida a soggy mess. Showers and storms have dumped four to eight inches of rain across much of Miami-Dade and Broward counties.