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.
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.
Get ready for more wet weather. Thunderstorms and heavy downpours are likely at times again, Monday.
The holiday weekend will be a little drier for parts of South Florida, but the rip current concerns will remain high at area beaches.
The final days of June are looking stormy and summery for most of South Florida.
After almost a week of gray skies, most of South Florida woke up to the welcome sight of sunshine Friday morning.
It was a very wet and messy Monday across South Florida. Ft. Lauderdale picked up 4.86 inches of rain, breaking the old record of 2.04 inches set back in 1981; Miami received 3.96 inches of rain; and West Palm Beach picked up 6.73 inches of rain.
A wet and messy morning greeted South Floridians as plenty of rain soaked the area. The rain came from a short wave of energy moving in from the Gulf of Mexico that took the showers and thunderstorms with it into the Atlantic waters, but the rain isn’t done with the area just yet.
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.
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.