Plenty of rainfall kicked off the first full day of Fall across South Florida. Locations that may experience minor flooding over the course of the day include Miami, Coral Gables and neighborhoods around Marlins Park.
It will be wet and gloomy at times to start the week. It would be wise to keep an umbrella handy as the storm chance remains high through Tuesday.
The weather improves Sunday with a dry trend continuing most of the week. Temperatures Sunday and Monday will be cooler and pleasant with highs in the upper 70s.
Sunday will be a nice day to be outside with warm temperatures and a mixture of sunshine and clouds. However, changes will move into the area for Monday with a cold front.
After an afternoon of gusty winds and severe thunderstorms, the weather has calmed down.
An early March low pressure area is expected to move out of the Gulf of Mexico and across parts of Florida on Thursday into Friday morning. That could set the stage for thunderstorms, some of which could be severe.
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.
Despite its persistence, Dorian became a post-tropical cyclone Saturday afternoon.
It could be a washout Friday if the remnants of Dorian decide to pay a visit to South Florida.
We’ll see some sun to start Sunday but more rain is in the forecast for the afternoon. Heavy storms developed early on Saturday to dump anywhere from 1 to nearly 3 inches of rain.