After a beautiful Saturday, showers and storms are back in the forecast Sunday.
Temperatures started out in the low 80s and will warm to the low 90s in the afternoon.
Scattered showers and storms will push in later in the day, producing period of heavy rain and possible lighting strikes. There is a 40 percent chance of storms.
A flood advisory was issued for northeastern Miami-Dade until 2:15 p.m. About two to three inches of rain were expected in the area.
A severe thunderstorm warning was also issued by the National Weather Service for northeastern Miami-Dade County earlier in the day. The storms were capable of producing damaging winds in excess of 60 mph, deadly lightning and heavy rainfall.
Areas affected were Key Biscayne, Miami, Little Havana, Coral Gables, Miami International Airport, Miami Springs and the surrounding communities, the NWS said. Anyone in the area should stay indoors and away from windows.
Florida Power & Light reported 2800 power outages in Miami-Dade and 500 in Broward.
Miami International Airport experienced 87 flight delays and 10 flight diversions due to weather. Fort-Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport did not experience any major delays or cancellations.
There will also be a moderate risk of rip currents in area beaches and a very high UV index.
Rain chances will stay high through the first half of the week, then taper off by the end of the week. There will be a 50 percent chance of showers and storms starting Monday and lasting until Wednesday.
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