MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Tropical Depression Fred is expected to bring showers to South Florida this weekend, as it continued to soak portions of eastern and central Cuba.

With the 11 p.m. advisory, Fred was about 150 miles southeast of Key West. It had maximum sustained winds of 35 mph and was moving west at 12 mph.

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The Tropical Storm Warning for the Middle and Upper Florida Keys from the Seven Mile Bridge to Ocean Reef has been discontinued, including Florida Bay.

The Tropical Storm Watch along the west coast of Florida has been discontinued.

A Tropical Storm Watch continues for the southwest coast of Florida.

The center of Fred is forecast to move near the Keys on Saturday around midday but tropical storm conditions will begin to impact portions of the Keys by morning.

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Although Miami-Dade and Broward are not included in the “Cone,” it is important to be aware that the impacts from Fred will extend well out and away from the forecast cone and where the center is expected.

All of South Florida will be on the east side or “dirty side” of Fred. All the deep tropical moisture associated with Fred will lead to heavy rain, flooding, gusty winds, and the potential for tornadoes on Saturday.

The worst weather will likely take place Saturday around midday, afternoon, and evening hours when Fred moves across or near the Keys.

The moisture tail of Fred will keep us unsettled on Sunday with the potential for more rain and flooding. Fred is forecast to move northwest near or along the west coast of Florida through Sunday and is expected to make landfall somewhere along the Florida Panhandle late Sunday or early Monday morning.

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CBSMiami.com Team