A gloomy morning as wet weather rolled across portions of South Florida. With plenty of moisture in place and a stubborn stalled frontal boundary to our north, we will continue to see storms on and off again throughout the day.
Plenty of rainfall kicked off the first full day of Fall across South Florida. Locations that may experience minor flooding over the course of the day include Miami, Coral Gables and neighborhoods around Marlins Park.
The past few days have been relatively dry for the so-called “rainy season,” but we will start to see a better chance of storms late Wednesday afternoon.
The CBS4 weather team is tracking a disturbance over the Bahamas with a medium chance of development.
It’s a wet Wednesday across South Florida due to an increase in moisture associated with a tropical wave over the Bahamas.
Tropical Depression Five formed Monday afternoon in the eastern Bay of Campeche and may form into the next named tropical system.
The ice bucket challenge sweeping the nation also continues to sweep through the CBS4 Newsroom.
Thousands of students from across South Florida attended the 9th annual CBS4 Weather Day Thursday prior to the Miami Marlins vs. Philadelphia Phillies game at Marlins Park.
It was a foggy start across South Florida Friday morning with visibility reduced to a quarter of a mile or less in spots. That could happen again this weekend ahead of some possible rain.
The forecast for Friday looks great for South Florida with high temperatures landing near 70 degrees. By Sunday, highs will be in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees with more sun.