National Weather Service
With a sunny start to the day, Saturday quickly became a gloomy, soggy day with flooding overtaking some South Florida streets.
Weather experts released a new dry season outlook Thursday afternoon. The forecast calls for a wetter and cooler than normal winter season in South Florida.
The summer is beginning to wind down and the transition into fall will happen in a few weeks for most of the nation.
From July 1 to July 30, Miami only saw a record high temperature set one day with a reading of 95 degrees on July 18.
A lightning strike caused damage to a major South Florida airport while other parts of the area experienced severe weather.
The National Weather Service issued flood advisories for parts of South Florida Thursday afternoon.
South Florida has been feeling the heat lately with afternoon high temperatures reaching the upper 80s and lower 90s, but it’s not the afternoon highs that have been setting records, it’s the morning lows.
In the snowy mountains of Breckenridge, Colorado, meteorologists from all over the country are meeting to discuss the 2014 hurricane season.
Schools are closed in Palm Beach, Martin, and St. Lucie Counties Friday due to flooding. In addition, the Palm Beach County Emergency Management Office reports a portion of Interstate 95, between mm 56 and 60, is closed due to flooding.
The first official day of winter is here, but with South Florida’s warm temperatures saying otherwise, weather experts are warning beach-goers of dangerous rip currents.