MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Residents of a couple of Northwest Miami-Dade neighborhoods may notice lower than normal water pressure over the next couple of days.

Don’t be concerned.

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On Monday the county’s water and sewer department began repairs on a 54-inch water main on Red Road, also known as West Fourth Avenue in Hialeah.

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While there will be a drop in pressure during the maintenance and repair period, the water will be safe to drink.

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The repair work will take place for the next three days on Red Road between West 13th and West 20th streets. Once repairs are completed, water pressures will return to normal.