The number of visitors to South Florida could increase as winter does not want to give the northern states a break.
After a foggy start across South Florida, much of Sunday looks to be fairly nice.
It was a foggy start across South Florida Friday morning with visibility reduced to a quarter of a mile or less in spots. That could happen again this weekend ahead of some possible rain.
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 temperatures will rise and fall, then rise again this week across South Florida.
South Florida can’t seem to get a break from the chance of rain. A cold front will move into South Florida on Sunday between noon and 6 p.m. Ahead of the front, there will be low-hanging clouds with only peaks of sunshine.
More than 200-people have been displaced Thursday after heavy rains seeped all the way down to the first floor of a North Miami building, causing the building to be deemed unsafe.
While meteorologists may describe Thursday’s weather ‘mostly cloudy with a 100 percent chance of showers’, South Floridians and tourists alike describe it as ‘yucky’.
The Thanksgiving holiday weekend has gotten off to a messy and wet start Wednesday across much of South Florida. The rain is in front of a strong cold front that will usher in a steep drop in the temperature Wednesday night.
Relentless rains fell from the skies Thursday evening creating a soggy mess in many South Florida neighborhoods.