What was once Tropical Storm Erika is no longer a threat to South Florida, but the possibility of flooding is still very real.
As Tropical Storm Erika churns, bands of heavy rain are expected throughout the state of Florida so it’s important to remember to drive carefully in the rain.
Hurricane season begins on Sunday, but three in ten Florida residents do not make advanced preparations, according to a recent AAA Consumer Pulse™ survey.
With the start of hurricane season just days away, South Florida homeowners that are in the National Flood Insurance program should know that there are changes are on the way.
Drenching downpours overnight caused isolated flooding throughout South Florida. In several Northwest Miami-Dade neighborhoods, streets and front lawns were completely under water which was knee deep in some spots.
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.
In the Dominican Republic, authorities began to evacuate people from low-lying areas but encountered resistance.
Isaac is becoming better organized and a little stronger and a turn toward the northwest in our direction is expected Friday. Isaac will cross Haiti and eastern Cuba tonight and Saturday.
It’s going to be a wet couple of days across South Florida thanks to a tropical disturbance in the Caribbean packed with abundant tropical moisture.
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.