If you’ve looked at the thermometer in the last few days, you know it’s feeling a lot more like summer than winter across the area. But things are changing over the next few days.
South Floridians woke up to cloudy skies and brief showers Friday morning and that trend may stay through most of the weekend.
Tropical Storm Debby remains nearly stationary over the northeast Gulf of Mexico spinning drenching rains over northern Florida and other parts of the state including South Florida.
It’s a soggy day in South Florida, and slick roads are causing plenty of accidents on the highways.
It was a wet start to the weekend as heavy downpours rained down early Saturday morning but the rain subsided and much cooler air has moved in.
It was a very wet and gloomy start to the weekend with heavy downpours early Friday morning but the rain will subside and cooler weather will move in by Sunday.
It was a very wet, gloomy start to the work week across South Florida Monday and more rain and thunderstorms are possible throughout the day and into the night.
Rainy season didn’t want to go without one last hurrah. The storms that drowned South Florida also marked the ending of South Florida’s rainy season.
It’s been a wet start to the work week as waves of rain continue to move across South Florida.
A wet and windy weekend is in store for South Florida as strong high pressure to the north and a developing low pressure area to our south combine forces.