Rain and Breeze Leave Cooler Night Before Dry Wednesday

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Chief Meteorologist John Morales says we're in for a stretch of dry and sunny days for the beginning of spring.

    A line of rain storms barreled through South Florida Tuesday morning, interrupting a warm and breezy start to the morning with wind gusts and a brief heavy downpour just in time for the morning commute.

    The storms, which were expected to bring winds of 40 mph or higher, prompted the National Weather Service to call a significant weather advisory through 8:15 a.m. in parts of Miami-Dade and Broward counties. About a half of an inch of rain fell in all.

    Rain Hits South Florida

    [MI] Rain Hits South Florida
    The rain starts to move in on Southbound I-75 in Weston on Tuesday morning.

    The gloomy morning conditions are expected to clear by the afternoon as the sun returns. Temperatures are expected to remain in the high 70s to 80s for much of the day.

    Warm With Showers Possible Tuesday, March 18

    [MI] Warm With Showers Possible Tuesday, March 18
    The day starts out warm and breezy, with a chance of showers after 9.

    Tuesday night will remain cool as a result of breezy and rainy conditions. The rest of  the week is expected to be dry and sunny.

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