Fall Is Still Weeks Away For South FloridaAre you ready for some cooler weather and drier days in South Florida?
Stormy Tuesday Followed By S. Florida Heat Keep that umbrella close by because some showers and storms are sweeping in across portions of South Florida Tuesday due to a weak tropical wave moving west from the Bahamas and into the Florida Straits.
Heavy Rain Possible Through FridayExpect a wet and windy week ahead as plenty of deep tropical moisture builds in across South Florida Tuesday and over the next few days.
More Soaking Rain Expected Tuesday It was a very wet and messy Monday across South Florida. Ft. Lauderdale picked up 4.86 inches of rain, breaking the old record of 2.04 inches set back in 1981; Miami received 3.96 inches of rain; and West Palm Beach picked up 6.73 inches of rain.
Heat, Humidity, And Afternoon Storms Expected This WeekendThe proverbial dog days of summer haven’t shown signs of leaving anytime soon and will once again continue through the weekend.
Insect Invasion Making S. Floridians' Skin Crawl The early start to the rainy season in south Florida has led to an insect invasion.
This Week Is Going To Be A ScorcherIt’s another sizzling summery day across South Florida with highs in the lower 90s. While our average high temperature at this time of year is 90 degrees, when you factor in the humidity it will feel like it is in the lower 100s.
Another Wet Weekend AheadThe weather throughout most of the work week has been nearly perfect across South Florida with cool mornings and mild, dry, sunny afternoons. But as South Florida heads into the weekend that will be changing.
Don't Let Your Guard Down, S. Fla. Still In Hurricane SeasonIt’s October and the humidity is dropping, but it’s still hurricane season!
Cooler Weather Headed To S. FloridaThe stifling heat of summer will be around for Friday, but after that, a cold front will give way to a pleasant weekend with temperatures not seen since May.
Grab The Bug Spray, 'Skeeters' Out In Full ForceIf you feel like you’re swatting and scratching more than usual this year, you’re not alone.