MIAMI BEACH (CBS4) – A flash flood warning has expired for Northeastern Miami-Dade County including Miami Beach.

People who live on Miami Beach were hit hard again, Thursday morning, with heavy rainfall.

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The drenching rains prompted a flash flood warning for northeastern Miami-Dade County, including Miami Beach for much of Thursday morning.

Doppler radar estimated close to 6  inches of rain along Miami Beach and close to 5 inches of rain near South Beach..

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Motorists should remember to not drive on streets that appear flooded.

It is best to seek an alternate route.

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