A massive winter storm is still causing chaos for travelers at South Florida airports, even as the sun shines brilliantly against blue skies locally.
South Florida can breathe a sigh of relief Saturday as the rather slow 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season has come to an end—but emergency officials say that resident’s should still remain prepared.
It was the coolest morning of the season so far across South Florida with lows falling to the upper 40s and low 50s across South Florida.
The Thanksgiving holiday weekend has gotten off to a messy and wet start Wednesday across much of South Florida. The rain is in front of a strong cold front that will usher in a steep drop in the temperature Wednesday night.
A windy start to the week across South Florida with some fast moving showers blowing in on the breeze. Hang onto that umbrella!
The early predictions for the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season favored an above-average season. But as the season comes to a close, the Atlantic has churned out the fewest number of hurricanes since 1982.
Relentless rains fell from the skies Thursday evening creating a soggy mess in many South Florida neighborhoods.
It’s another blustery day across South Florida. CBS4 Chief Meteorologist David Bernard said the culprit is a large area of high pressure over the Eastern United States.
Red flags were flying up and down South Florida’s beaches on Tuesday as gusty wind created a high risk for rip currents.
CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez said we can expect winds in the 18-25 mph range over the next day or so with gusts in the 30s. This creates dangerous in the water conditions for both swimmers and boaters.
The next few months could bring localized flooding due to unusually high tide events in Miami-Dade County.