It was the coolest morning of the season so far across South Florida with lows falling to the upper 40s and low 50s across South Florida.
If you made beach plans for the holiday weekend, keep them. South Florida will only see spotty storms much, in part, because of light southerly flow of the winds.
NOAA still believes the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season will be above normal with “the possibility that it could be very active,” according to the organizations updated outlook.
The stormy pattern that has brought drenching rain to South Florida will continue, Thursday.
While the Tropical Storm Warning for the Dominican Republic has been discontinued, several watches and warnings still remain in effect.
More heavy rainfall is on the way for parts of South Florida. Showers have been steady over the area since early Wednesday morning leading to nearly 2 inches of rainfall in some areas. The heavy rainfall could again impact the afternoon drive time.
During a hurricane, storm surge is one of the greatest threats to life and land, yet many people don’t understand the dire warnings from forecasters to get out of its way. So this season, they hope to offer easy-to-understand, color-coded maps and change the way they talk to the public.
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.
If you’ve looked at the thermometer in the last few days, you know it’s feeling a lot more like summer than winter across the area. But things are changing over the next few days.