Three men who were injured by a lightning strike during an intense South Florida storm continue to recover Saturday.
Violent lightning strikes that sent at least 2 people to the hospital and lightning the size of golf balls marked a series of violent thunderstorms that swept South Florida from Palm Beach County to Homestead Friday. More storms are possible as the sun sets, but forecasters predict the worst is ending.
Rain and clouds have been a constant them for most of the last week, but things may start to get better just in time for the weekend.
For the first time in the history of the 7-Mile Bridge Run marathon, runners at the starting line were told it was too dangerous for them on the bridge, and the race was canceled. It’s not known if, or when, it will be rescheduled.
After a day where the record high was tied in Miami and thunderstorms swept through the Keys to Palm Beach County, Saturday is expected to see a change in the weather dramatic enough to say Fall has arrived in South Florida, at last.
A close call for a man in Ft. Lauderdale after he was injured in a lightning strike.
Monday’s storms proved to be dangerous as two Broward workers were struck by lightning in separate incidents.
The Florida Panthers stole a win over the Tampa Bay Lightning in overtime Saturday, winning the game 4-3 with just 16 seconds left.
A JetBlue flight that departed from Tampa for Boston landed safely after it was struck by lightning, according to a spokesperson for Boston’s Logan International Airport.
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