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Storms Ahead

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Pockets of heavy rainfall soaked South Florida on Thursday afternoon and evening. The activity will calm down into isolated/spotty showers and storms on Thursday night as moisture remains trapped over us. More>>

Soggy Forecast

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The forecast is looking soggy once again. We have a front over Central Florida and that should keep plenty of tropical moisture around. More>>

Staying Stormy

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Scattered storms and showers will remain in our forecast on Wednesday evening.  More>>

Wet Weather

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A wet Wednesday is expected due to an out of season front parked over North-Central Florida. This is helping to trap moisture over us and leaving us a good chance for rain through Friday. More>>

Summer Steam & Storms

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Evening storms will fizzle after the sun goes down on Tuesday. Throughout the nighttime hours, we could see isolated showers and storms.  More>>

Scorching Hot

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Another scorching hot day is expected across South Florida with winds from the West. We have an out of season cold front moving into North Florida and that should keep things steamy here at home. It will also trap more moisture over us.  More>>

Sizzling Sunshine

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The second half of the weekend was beautiful with lots of sun, heat and humidity. It was actually mostly dry. Outside of a few isolated showers in Western Broward, it was rare to see such a quiet radar. For today, more of the same is expected with high temperatures reaching the low 90's and feeling more like the 100's.  More>>

Storms to Sunshine

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A strong line of thunderstorms brought nasty weather to South Florida Thursday afternoon! More>>

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