Parts of South Beach are drying out from flood waters, which weren’t caused by any rain, but caused by an astronomical high tide, in other words, blame it on the moon.
After almost a week of gray skies, most of South Florida woke up to the welcome sight of sunshine Friday morning.
Parts of South Florida continue to flood due to the annual autumnal high tides which cause canals, rivers and coastlines to flood without any rain.
South Florida’s autumnal high tides have arrived which means canals, rivers and coastlines are at risk of flooding.
Miami-Dade County remains under a Flood Watch Wednesday, but the forecast models haven’t quite got a handle yet on just how much rain is possible over the next 48 hours.