The drier-than-normal rainy season has taken its toll on South Florida—and now officials in Broward are urging residents to conserve water.
The rain and storms around South Florida, from homes struck by lightning to flooded fields and heavy traffic, left its mark in many places by Wednesday morning.
With above-average rain predicted for winter, the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) is continuing to move water south to help achieve a desirable water level in Lake Okeechobee.
A wet start to the weekend as scattered showers soaked most of South Florida Friday morning.
A system that has produced more than an inch of rain in some spots Sunday is still lingering across South Florida and will give us more rain into the morning rush hour Monday.
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.
There will be plenty of clouds around Wednesday with scattered storms and some heavy downpours possible.
Tired of South Florida’s steamed heat and relentless rain? You are in for a treat this weekend.
A gloomy morning as wet weather rolled across portions of South Florida. With plenty of moisture in place and a stubborn stalled frontal boundary to our north, we will continue to see storms on and off again throughout the day.