A flood watch is in effect for all of South Florida through Monday morning.
Florida Governor Rick Scott is urging residents to be prepared for impacts of remnants of Erika.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez and other county leaders are breathing a slight sigh of relief Saturday after Erika dissipated over Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
With Erika dissipating, Broward County Emergency operations were deactivated on Saturday.
South Florida residents should continue to brace for rain even as Tropical Storm Erika weakens over Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
A number of cruise lines are opting to change their itineraries in response to Tropical Storm Erika.
Tropical Storm Erika was losing its punch as it drenched Haiti and the Dominican Republic early Saturday, but it left devastation in its path, killing at least 20 people and leaving another 31 missing on the small eastern Caribbean island of Dominica, authorities said.
Broward groceries and stores with hurricane essentials saw a massive uptick in foot traffic Friday as residents prepare for possible hit from Tropical Storm Erika.
Florida Governor Rick Scott gave his second update of the day Friday afternoon on what the state is doing to prepare for Tropical Storm Erika and what residents should be doing.
Rebar, wood, tools, and trash abound at construction sites all over South Florida.