South Florida is in for another soaking Friday. After several days of rain, more of it is expected to fall today before drier air moves in.
Heavy thunderstorms have been rolling across South Florida for most of the day Thursday. The storms have produced torrential downpours and possibly even a tornado in Boca Raton.
Thursday’s powerful spring storm packed such a punch, the National Weather Service confirms a tornado touched down in Boca Raton.
A waterspout came on shore along Tampa’s Harbour Island, causing minor roof damage, according to officials.
Residents in Volusia County are cleaning up after a tornado ripped through Monday afternoon.
If you think South Florida was spared for the most part by Tropical Storm Debby, think again. The National Weather Service says the drenching tropical system produced 10 tornadoes over the southern part of Florida, tying a record set almost half a century ago.
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Memorial Day festivities in Port St. Lucie were disrupted when a weak twister touched down near the Lyngate Park neighborhood.
After a day of thunderstorms and potential flooding that led to an overnight tornado watch, a series of weather fronts that had promised severe weather moved through South Florida overnight without causing serious damage. The tornado watch was allowed to expire, and the threat of severe weather has ended.
Raked by thunderstorms and heavy rain overnight, South Florida is bracing for another round of severe weather Saturday, with the possibility of violent lightning, heavy rain, and even flooding in some areas. A flood watch has been declared for much of South Florida, and the weather has forced numerous cancellations, including for the first time in it’s 31 year history the 7-mile Bridge run in the Keys.