After a slightly bumpy Sunday afternoon and early evening, there's still a chance of storms and showers through midnight in South Florida.
A cold front approaching from the north brought some hail and wind gusts to South Florida, prompting a severe thunderstorm for much of the area, including Palm Beach and mainland Monroe counties. For complete weather coverage, click here.
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The bad weather shut down the FEMA-supported COVID-19 vaccination site at Miami-Dade College North on Sunday, as well as delay several flight arrivals and departures at Miami International and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International airports.
What’s left of the stronger storms will sink into the Keys as a light to moderate rain holds over metro South Florida for a few more hours.
While there were a few reports of wind gusts to 50-55 mph and some small hail, South Florida made it through Sunday's severe threat fairly well.
The benefit of the rain is far outpacing the risk that came in today, with many reporting sites showing between .50 to 1.00 inches of needed precipitation.
While isolated showers and storms will linger in Monday’s forecast, the overall pattern will flip back to a warm and dry this week with highs in the mid to upper 80s.