Portions of South Florida were experiencing the impacts of Potential Tropical Cyclone One from major rainfall across the area.
The National Weather Service reports that 11 inches of rain fell over downtown Miami as of 9 a.m. Saturday. South Miami has recorded just over nine and a half inches while Kendall recorded nearly seven and a half inches.
The flooding included over nine inches of rain reported in Hollywood and nearly seven and a half inches at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
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After parts of Miami-Dade County were underwater, the county's Fire Rescue team deployed its flood response assets.
The unit went to the northern part of the county, where heavy flooding made some streets not able to be driven on. MDFR assisted in getting several drivers to safety after their cars got stuck.
MDFR reminds residents it is never safe to drive or walk in flood water and to not underestimate the power of water, as it takes just six inches of fast-moving water to knock over an adult.