It’s finally Friday but the end of the week is not bringing an end to the rain just yet.
Tropical Depression #9 is history. That however doesn’t mean the rain is gone. In fact, Thursday’s forecast is a bit tricky and wet.
Hundreds of people took to the the streets Saturday to help end Lupus.
If you’re outdoors, the Sunday forecast is looking good.
The tropical disturbance that slowly meandered across South Florida on Friday, continues to move away from us, and is now in the Gulf of Mexico. As this feature, moves away, the rain and storm chance diminishes and the sun, cloud weather mix is back in play! As the sunshine increases during the afternoon hours on Saturday, a few storms may fire up, but widespread coverage is not expected.
A strong tropical disturbance moved into South Florida early Friday morning bringing soggy conditions across the area.
It’s going to be a sunny Saturday with some clouds and spotty storms.
Tropical Depression Five formed Monday afternoon in the eastern Bay of Campeche and may form into the next named tropical system.
Saturday’s Forecast looks like sun, showers, storms, and repeat.
A lightning strike caused damage to a major South Florida airport while other parts of the area experienced severe weather.