Another messy day across South Florida Sunday, with heavy rain and lightning scattered around the area.
A water spout came ashore around 2 p.m. Sunday causing debris along a six-block area in Golden Beach, according to police. A garage door was blown out and trees fell down but no injuries were reported.
A tornado watch is in effect for Broward County until 8 p.m.
With Tropical Storm Debby sitting in the Gulf of Mexico, deep tropical moisture will remain in the area, with showers and storms popping up through the day. Some of the storms could become strong.
The forecast track with Debby is still very uncertain, but the National Hurricane Center still has the track bending to the west and heading toward the Louisiana or Texas coastline. It could possibly become a hurricane during the next three to four days. This will keep tropical moisture in place for the next few days, with showers and storm chances staying on the high-side.
Highs will stay in the mid 80s the next few days. Clouds and rain will continue off and on the next few days. Any updates to the forecast track of Debby, will have an impact on how wet or dry we are during the beginning of the week and for Monday's heat parade.