Another round of storms slammed South Florida overnight and during the morning hours with tons of lightning, gusty winds and torrential downpours due to a low pressure system over the Panhandle.
Even though the nasty, windy weather has calmed down Friday, there are some pretty big cleanup jobs ahead. When Thursday’s storm rolled in, it knocked down large trees all over Broward County and quarter-sized hail was spotted falling in Pompano Beach and Coral Springs.
Winds and rain in Margate. Hail in Coral Springs. Trees toppled over in Coconut Creek.
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Tuesday got off to a stormy start across portions of South Florida with downed trees, hail and severe winds gusting to 60 miles per hour in southern Miami-Dade.
Mother Nature decided to send the week off with a bang across South Florida Friday afternoon.
Torrential rains from a weather system moving through South Miami-Dade have flooded streets in Cutler Bay and Palmetto Bay, and spawned two tornado warnings after forecasters spotted signs of a possible funnel cloud around Black Point Marina, headed north. Those warnings were canceled shortly after 9:15 pm.
Near record levels temperatures are expected Tuesday across South Florida. Small hail, gusty winds and isolated downpours are possible.
Residents of Southwest Broward are cleaning up the damage left behind after a severe thunderstorm dropped damaging hail over parts of the County.
After getting some much needed rain across South Florida, the weather forecast for the coming days will feature near record high temperatures and strong afternoon thunderstorms.