Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
This Saturday flood concerns are possible as we have a batch of deep tropical moisture around.
*Law enforcement of Miami Beach reported that Chase Avenue to Alton Road was completely flood. Also water was over the hood of cars on 20th street West to Alton Road.
An area of high pressure is located from the Bahamas into the Western Atlantic Ocean and a tropical wave between Western Cuba and the Yucatan Peninsula... this together with our steering winds out of the West-Southwest is drawing up the moisture our way. The forecast is calling for widespread rain through early morning, then a break by the afternoon. However, the activity will pick up once again late in the day as the sea breeze will enhance additional showers and storms to an already unsettled environment.
Sunday will not be as wet, but look for still a chance of seeing isolated showers and storms... It looks like slightly drier air will be entering as the wave departs and another weak front enters North Florida. By Monday, a much drier period is expected.
Post-tropical cyclone Nadine is located over the Northeastern Atlantic Ocean about 650 miles West-Northwest of the Canary Islands and it is being monitored for the potential of regeneration as it moves South-Southwest at 10mph and enters into warmer waters. The National Hurricane Center is giving a medium chance to develop.
Have a wonderful weekend South Florida and make it a safe one!
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