Once again South Florida woke to a gloomy start of the day with mostly cloudy skies with showers. We can pretty much expect to see showers on and off throughout the day.
Showers and thunderstorms moved over the area Sunday night into Monday morning after the mercury soared to 90 degrees, tying a record Sunday. But with the passage of the showers and a cold front on Monday, the temperatures will be plummeting over the next few days.
Some wet weather rolling across South Florida Wednesday morning lead to slick conditions in spots with temperatures hovering in the low 70′s. That pattern of spotty showers will continue throughout the day Wednesday as a cold front slides to our South.
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.
Based on the last week or so of unsettled weather, most believe that rainy season has started and it turns out they are correct.
The weather throughout most of the work week has been nearly perfect across South Florida with cool mornings and mild, dry, sunny afternoons. But as South Florida heads into the weekend that will be changing.
While the sun is out and warming the skies Friday morning, the weather could take a turn for the worse over the weekend as a significant severe weather threat exists for Saturday.
It was another wet and messy morning across South Florida with some areas seeing up to three inches of rain. Combined with Monday’s rain, the additional wet weather led to some very slick, and dangerous, conditions on the roads.
A water main break that affected 6 Broward cities and left a quarter million people with the possibility of no water for Christmas was fixed late Saturday night, but while water service was reestored those affected have been told to boil it until further notice, just to be safe.
South Florida’s soggy conditions could get a little worse before they get any better. A Tornado Watch is effect until 10 p.m. and a Flood Watch has been issued through Wednesday morning.