Wild Winds In Hollywood Ruins Day For Tourists & BeachgoersSouth Florida has been under a wind advisory much of the day, and the wind in Hollywood actually ruined the day for tourists and beachgoers.
Stormy Front To Move Across FloridaShowers and thunderstorms are possible Saturday afternoon as a cold front approaches South Florida.
Thunderstorms Likely For Late St. Patty's Festivities A strong cold front moving across the Florida peninsula could bring strong and possibly severe thunderstorms across South Florida late Monday afternoon and into early Tuesday morning.
Temperatures Gradually Warm Through The WeekendThe temperatures will gradually warm through the weekend and the humidity will also start to creep upwards.
Pilot Demonstrates Door Mechanics On Similar Mid-Air Mystery Plane Pilot Tom Roses owns a Piper PA 46, similar to the plane at the center of Thursday's mid-air mystery.
Breezy And Drier WeekendThe holiday weekend will be a little drier for parts of South Florida, but the rip current concerns will remain high at area beaches.
Dangerous Beach Conditions For 4th Of JulyWind gusts this Independence Day have already reached 25 mph to near 30 mph in parts of South Florida.
June Ending With A Weekend WashoutThe final days of June are looking stormy and summery for most of South Florida.
Climatologists: Hurricane Season 2013 To Be Active AgainPhil Klotzbach and William Gray, renowned Colorado State University climatologists, are predicting the fourth busy storm season in a row.
Cleanup Underway After Wild Weather Blows Through S. Fla.Even though the nasty, windy weather has calmed down Friday, there are some pretty big cleanup jobs ahead. When Thursday’s storm rolled in, it knocked down large trees all over Broward County and quarter-sized hail was spotted falling in Pompano Beach and Coral Springs.
Homeowners Clean Up After Wild Weather Blows Through BrowardWinds and rain in Margate. Hail in Coral Springs. Trees toppled over in Coconut Creek.
Sandy Criticism Triggers Hurricane Center To Revise Storm Warnings The next time a tropical system approaches the U.S., any watches or warnings used to alert the public will be handled differently, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday.