In Cutler Bay on Wednesday a sudden rain storm damaged trees and caused flooding.
Twenty minutes of heavy rain, with wind gusts of up to 60 miles an hour and hail caused major damage.
"It was like a tornado hit us. We couldn't get out. my grandbaby was stuck in the car seat and the big ol' tree just came out of nowhere and hit the back of the truck. we couldn't move," said Letha Bush, who was caught in the storm.
Crews from the power compnay, police, and other emergency crews were checking on people in the area.
But despite the cloud cover, Wednesday's high temperatures will still climb to near 90. As for rain chances, they'll ramp up later in the day with isolated showers possible in the afternoon and evening.
Conditions remain warm and dry at night, under mostly cloudy skies, with lows around 78.
More storms enter the pattern, particularly in the afternoon, for Thursday and Friday with highs around 88.
The weekend looks split with higher storm chances on Saturday and a little more sunshine on Sunday.