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Sun & Sizzle Ahead

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With a front cutting through the southern states and high pressure to the east, scattered showers and storms with remain in our So Flo forecast this weekend. 

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Finally Friday

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Here is the forecast we have all been waiting for... Friday is finally here and the weather is looking promising.  More>>

Sea Breeze Storms

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We had scattered afternoon and evening storms on Thursday. But, the activity will fizzle to isolated showers on another warm and muggy night as overnight lows drop to the upper 70's to low 80's. More>>

Finally Drier

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It is back to typical weather for South Florida this Thursday.The day started with a few coastal showers and drying out mid-morning. Overall, the forecast is more promising for today and tomorrow.  More>>

Serving Up More Sunshine

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The tropical wave that gave us a soggy start to the work week is tracking east over the Yucatan Peninsula. As the moisture moves into the Gulf of Mexico, dry air will seep into South Florida from the east.  More>>

Moisture Moving Out

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Moisture is moving out and drier air is building in South Florida! For today with some leftover moisture from a wave currently located over the Yucatan Peninsula we will see some showers and storms.  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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