Weather Forecast: Isolated Showers Early Friday, Clear Later

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    Weather Forecast -- 5AM -- May 16, 2014 (Published Friday, May 16, 2014)

    A few lingering showers will stick around South Florida Friday morning before skies clear for the afternoon and into the weekend.

    Some areas of South Florida experienced from 1-3 inches of rain Thursday, as severe weather moved into the area in the afternoon. The weather led to flooding in some areas, flight delays at local airports, and a confirmed tornado touchdown in Doral.

    Severe Weather Leaves Flooding in South Florida

    [MI] Severe Weather Leaves Flooding in South Florida
    Severe weather moved into South Florida on Thursday, May 15, 2014, leaving flooding in some areas. (Published Friday, May 16, 2014)

    In Medley Friday, some streets remained flooded, with some drivers forced to find alternate routes.

    Flights Affected Due to Severe Weather

    [MI] Flights Affected Due to Severe Weather
    Several flights at Miami International Airport were cancelled or delayed due to Thursday's severe weather. NBC 6's Laura Rodriguez reports. (Published Thursday, May 15, 2014)


    "We're a family business so any little thing makes a difference, and if my truck were to get stuck here I'd have a bunch of deliveries not being able to go out, and yeah it's just not good all around for everybody," delivery driver Chris Zumarraga said.

    Friday's isolated showers won't agitate the flooding concerns and skies will clear later in the day. Highs will reach 84.

    Severe Weather in South Florida

    [MI] Severe Weather in South Florida
    Thursday was a rainy day in South Florida, with flooding in several areas and a tornado reported by Miami International Airport. NBC 6's Steve Litz shows you the flooding from Hollywood. (Published Thursday, May 15, 2014)

    The weekend will stay dry and breezy, with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 80s.