There’s a chilly change coming to South Florida.
Torrential rains from a weather system moving through South Miami-Dade have flooded streets in Cutler Bay and Palmetto Bay, and spawned two tornado warnings after forecasters spotted signs of a possible funnel cloud around Black Point Marina, headed north. Those warnings were canceled shortly after 9:15 pm.
Cool 60s greeted South Floridians on Friday morning with some areas seeing the coolest morning lows since last March.
It’s time to finally put those umbrellas away, go outside and enjoy South Florida’s first cold front of the season.
Homeowners in Sunrise and Plantation are assessing the damage left behind by a tornado that caused major property damage and minor injuries.
Hang on South Florida. We’ll have to endure just one more day of wet and windy weather before things get nice for a couple of days.
Homeowners in one Sunrise neighborhood are assessing the damage after a possible tornado touchdown Tuesday night.
South Florida’s soggy conditions could get a little worse before they get any better. A Tornado Watch is effect until 10 p.m. and a Flood Watch has been issued through Wednesday morning.
Tuesday got off to a soggy, gloomy start across South Florida with scattered showers and heavy downpours in spots.
It’s been a wet start to the work week as waves of rain continue to move across South Florida.