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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Forecasters are keeping an eye on an area of low pressure located across the panhandle of Florida along with a trailing cold front which is approaching Florida’s west coast now.

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A strong upper level wind direction South-Southwest combined with an easterly wind at the surface are another set of ingredients for storms to possibly rotate, creating a recipe for tornadoes.

Tornado watches continues for Miami-Dade and Broward through 5PM.

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The strongest storms have moved out of Broward, but light to moderate rain continues for a few more hours there.

In Miami-Dade, strong thunderstorms have a better chance of producing a brief tornado anywhere in the county through 5 p.m.

The worst conditions are now moving east from downtown Miami back to Doral with winds over 50 mph possible and very heavy rain that could cause some street flooding.

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All of these storms will be off the coast by 5 p.m. with a few hours of lighter rains lingering through about 8 p.m. The skies will clear overnight.