After an afternoon of gusty winds and severe thunderstorms, the weather has calmed down.
More than 200-people have been displaced Thursday after heavy rains seeped all the way down to the first floor of a North Miami building, causing the building to be deemed unsafe.
If you find yourself thinking t’s been raining more than usual, you are certainly right. In fact, according to South Florida’s water managers, the last four months have been the rainiest in over 80-years.
The past few days have been soggy and cloudy across South Florida with serious flooding for many.
Dark skies and a large area of rain coming from the Atlantic Ocean will impact South Florida.
In anticipation of Chantal’s arrival on Friday as either a tropical depression or weak tropical storm, the City of Hollywood ready to help those residents who get hit hard when a storm with drenching rains moves through.
Friday’s flooding rains, which affected many neighborhoods throughout South Florida, left some residents with a soggy mess Saturday.
From Miami-Dade to Broward, heavy rains made Friday night a soggy mess—and the City of Aventura was no exception.
The latest, and last, advisory is out for now Post-Tropical Storm Andrea as the heavy rains and winds shift away from New England.
Relentless rains, causing widespread flooding in South Florida, has made Friday’s evening commute more difficult.