High winds are fueling a brush fire in Southwest Miami-Dade as firefighters work to keep the flames from spreading to nearby homes.
While the core of Tropical Storm Sandy will stay off our coast, we will definitely feel its presence.
There’s a water warning for South Florida beachgoers this long holiday weekend. Beachgoers are being urged to use extreme caution due to dangerous rip currents.
Now that some really nice weather has settled in you may thinking about hitting the beach this weekend. If you do go, don’t plan on getting in the water.
High wind and pounding surf will continue to plague South Florida’s shoreline on Tuesday. Monday’s high tide caused some problems on A1A along Ft. Lauderdale beach.
Pounding surf and high tide caused a bit of problem on A1A along Ft. Lauderdale beach.
Whipping winds along the coasts of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties have prompted emergency officials to issue a rip current warning through Monday.
Strong thunderstorms rolled through South Florida shortly after 2 p.m. Tuesday and brought with them heavy rain, high winds and some lightning. But the weather also brought drier air and cooler temperatures.