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Afternoon Storms

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Our typical Summer pattern is back! Lots of heat and humidity will around to fire up some showers and storms this afternoon.  More>>

Clouds Here, Pocket Storms There

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We'll see partly cloudy skies with the possibility of passing showers from Broward to the Keys on a quiet Tuesday night. More>>

Hot with a Little Haze

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It will be hot with a little haze this Tuesday! Outside of an isolated shower, the forecast is looking great.  More>>

Not as Wet

Not as Wet

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For the past couple days, we've been able to get some needed "dry time" over south Florida.
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Back to School

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Wishing all kids and teachers a great school year. On this first day of school, the forecast couldn't look any better. Lots of hazy sunshine will be around. More>>

Drier days ahead

A Summer Break?

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We found ourselves in familiar territory on Saturday afternoon... as our south Florida sky went from sunny to stormy.
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Weekend Sunshine & Storms

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Different day, same story... we will start off with So Flo sunshine before the storm clouds roll in by Saturday afternoon.  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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  • Slideshow: Wintry Weather moves through Oklahoma

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    Sunday, February 2 2014 12:00 PM EST2014-02-02 17:00:34 GMT
    Wintry weather moves through the state of Oklahoma bringing up to 3 inches of snow to some areas.
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  • Slideshow: Snow slams the South

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    Thursday, January 30 2014 3:13 PM EST2014-01-30 20:13:04 GMT
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  • Slideshow: Moore Tornado

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