Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
South Florida due to the full moon, it is providing an extra gravitational pull causing the tides to be extreme. The flooding takes place during high tides and we get two high tides a day, twelve hours apart. The National Weather Service is stating that through Sunday beach flooding is possible.
As far as our forecast is concerned, rain will be hard to come by as dry season is in full swing. We have a weak cold front that will stall over Northern Florida and with a more established East breeze. This will only allow for us to see more passing clouds and an isolated shower at best. Enjoy the nice weather and seasonal temperatures South Florida while we have it!
Tropics: All is quiet.
Have a wonderful weekend and make it a safe one!
WSVN Channel 7