Meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez
Miami Dolphins receiver Brian Hartline paid a visit to cancer patients in Miami today.
The past few days have been soggy and cloudy across South Florida with serious flooding for many.
Sunday’s soggy weather continued into Monday thanks to a stalled frontal boundary draped across northern Florida and plenty of deep tropical moisture.
Tropical Storm Sean is continuing to weaken as it moves away from the island nation of Bermuda.
A cold front North of Lake Okeechobee is sliding down the Peninsula towards South Florida and will usher in even cooler and drier air later today.
National Hurricane Center forecasters are monitoring Tropical Storm Ophelia which formed late Tuesday night.
Hurricane Katia continued to grow in intensity Monday, becoming a major Category 3 storm by late afternoon, and a Category 4 storm before midnight. Under the current track, it may be a danger only to shipping, but forecasters are watching it closely, especially those in Bermuda.
Carrying drenching rains, high winds, and the possibility of tornadoes, Tropical Storm Lee moved slowly onto the Gulf coast near New Orleans Saturday morning, raising flooding worries as far away as Florida’s panhandle. It continues to meander, with the center still off shore, slowly weakening as it continues to drench the coast.
Newly formed Tropical Storm Lee continues to drift north towards the Louisiana Gulf Coast Friday evening.
The National Hurricane center is monitoring the newly formed Tropical Depression 13 which formed late Thursday in the Gulf of Mexico.