NBC 6's weather team declared a First Alert Weather Day as the National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for Broward and Miami-Dade counties Friday afternoon.
A record amount of rainfall was reported in parts of southwest Miami-Dade Saturday with nearly nine inches falling in some areas.
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