A dry and quiet start across South Florida will transition into showers and thunderstorms in the late afternoon to early evening courtesy of a low pressure system in the Gulf of Mexico and a frontal boundary.
From a major winter storm to possible tornadoes on Christmas Day, the weather is keeping travelers across the country on their toes this holiday season.
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Sunday’s soggy weather continued into Monday thanks to a stalled frontal boundary draped across northern Florida and plenty of deep tropical moisture.
One place which could be hit especially hard by Tropical Storm Isaac is flood prone Haiti.
The City of Hollywood wants to help residents prep for Tropical Storm Isaac’s heavy rains.
Isaac is becoming better organized and a little stronger and a turn toward the northwest in our direction is expected Friday. Isaac will cross Haiti and eastern Cuba tonight and Saturday.
The proverbial dog days of summer haven’t shown signs of leaving anytime soon and will once again continue through the weekend.
Sunday afternoon turned soggy again as showers swept parts of Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties in the afternoon.
Tropical Storm Ernesto, the fifth named storm of the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season, is skirting the Mexican coast in the vicinity of Coatzacoalos.