Homeowner 'Lucky One' After 80-Foot Tree Crushes Car Near House A Fort Lauderdale homeowner is picking up the pieces after an 80-foot tree - struck down by lightning - crushed his convertible BMW.
Don’t Let Your Guard Down: Busiest Part Of Hurricane Season AheadAlthough it’s been quiet in the tropics the past few weeks, do not let you guard down. The busiest part of the season is still ahead of us.
Wednesday Will Be Hot, Hot, HotWe're in for another scorcher across South Florida. On Wednesday, record heat is possible with high pressure in control and rain chances remaining very low.
Keep Your Umbrella Handy This Holiday WeekendA hot, humid holiday weekend is ahead for South Florida with a better chance of storms to kick off the month of July.
Gov. Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Colin's ArrivalAs Tropical Storm Colin takes aim at the state's Big Bend area, Florida Governor Rick Scott is urging locals to prepare.
Colin, Tropical Moisture Add Up To Soggy Week In South FloridaAs Tropical Storm Colin continues to move to the northeast, Florida's upper west coast is preparing for heavy rain and gusty winds.
Obama Urges Americans To Get Ready For Hurricane SeasonPresident Barack Obama is urging Americans to prepare ahead of the looming hurricane season set to start Wednesday.
Tropical Depression Forecast To Become Tropical Storm Overnight A tropical storm warning has been issued for the South Carolina coast as a system forms over the Atlantic.
South Floridians Stricken With "Hurricane Amnesia"As the six-month Atlantic hurricane season begins Wednesday, weather forecasters say Florida is long overdue to get hit by a storm.
Thunderstorm Wind Damage In Deerfield Beach Damages A Few Homes, PropertyThe National Weather Service says thunderstorm wind damage is responsible for minor damage to some homes and property in Deerfield Beach on Wednesday.
Drivers Warned To Avoid Homestead Roads After Wicked WeatherWicked weather caused major flooding in parts of South Florida - including Homestead.
Rain Soaks South Florida, More On The WayA stormy Tuesday and wet start to Wednesday have drenched South Florida. Some places, especially areas near Alligator Alley, saw over four inches of rain.

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