Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
South Florida Sandy is still creating dangerous waves along the Florida coast. In fact, flooding and beach erosion have been reported during times of high tide. Squally weather will be around this Friday and improving conditions will take place by Saturday afternoon. This will happen as Sandy begins to turn North-Northeast and move away. On Sunday, it will be breezy and it's looking a lot nicer. In fact, a cold front will move through and poised to cool the air into the 50s on Tuesday morning. For now, look for gusty winds, times of rain and rough seas where beach and boating is not advised until Sunday.
As Sandy moves away, it will become a potential concern for the Northeastern states. Forecasters are dubbing this system as "Frankenstorm Sandy" due to the fact it may come onshore on Halloween as a category one hurricane.
- Wind advisory for all areas West of I-95 in Broward and Miami-Dade including areas West of US1 in Miami-Dade. Steady winds of 30-35mph possible with occasional wind gusts up to 50mph.
- Tropical Storm Warning remains in place from Sebastian Inlet Florida including Coast Broward and Miami-Dade.
- Tropical Storm Watch for the upper Florida Keys including Florida Bay.
Have a great Friday and make it a safe one!
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