Another round of storms slammed South Florida overnight and during the morning hours with tons of lightning, gusty winds and torrential downpours due to a low pressure system over the Panhandle.
Sunday’s soggy weather continued into Monday thanks to a stalled frontal boundary draped across northern Florida and plenty of deep tropical moisture.
Tuesday got off to a stormy start across portions of South Florida with downed trees, hail and severe winds gusting to 60 miles per hour in southern Miami-Dade.
If you have a flight booked for Monday to somewhere on the eastern seaboard you may want give your airline a call first thing in the morning. Dozens of flights may be canceled on Monday because of a spring nor’easter which rumbled across the East Coast on Sunday and was expected to strengthen into early Monday.
While the dry season officially started in October, the rainy season wouldn’t go away without one final month of record rainfall.
Torrential rains Sunday afternoon into Monday morning have left parts of South Florida a soggy mess. Showers and storms have dumped four to eight inches of rain across much of Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
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.
It’s a wet start to the work week Monday as showers and storms sweep across portions of South Florida.
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South Florida’s stormy weather is expected to continue Friday. CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez said it’s because of a trough of low pressure to our north, plenty of available moisture and a southerly wind flow.