Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez and other county leaders are breathing a slight sigh of relief Saturday after Erika dissipated over Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
South Florida residents should continue to brace for rain even as Tropical Storm Erika weakens over Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Broward groceries and stores with hurricane essentials saw a massive uptick in foot traffic Friday as residents prepare for possible hit from Tropical Storm Erika.
As forecasts show Tropical Storm Erika possibly passing through Broward County, locals are preparing for the worst but hoping for the best.
The National Hurricane Center has forecast that Tropical Storm Erika will be just that when it reaches South Florida.
While the tropics are quiet, Hollywood officials are reminding residents that it’s the perfect time to prepare themselves and their property for a storm.
In anticipation of heavy rain from what was Tropical Storm Chantal’s on Friday, the cities of Hollywood and Hallandale Beach are handing out free sandbags to residents.
In anticipation of Chantal’s arrival on Friday as either a tropical depression or weak tropical storm, the City of Hollywood ready to help those residents who get hit hard when a storm with drenching rains moves through.
Hours of relentless rain in Hallandale left hundreds of drivers stranded.
There are several locations across South Florida to pick up free sandbags to help residents prepare for the rain onslaught of Tropical Storm Isaac.