After pouring rain flooded parts of Miami on Tuesday, a similar pattern with continue Wednesday.
Cold front No. 1 is through the area with the first taste of the cooler temps. But the strong northeast winds have brought in quite a bit of rain, which continues on and off Tuesday night and Wednesday.
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Cellphone video shows major flooding Tuesday evening near Mary Brickell Village. The National Weather Service warned drivers to not drive on flooded roads.
Wednesday morning will be in the mid-60s and Wednesday afternoon will be in the mid 70s.
Cold front No. 2 comes through Thursday. Expect a few showers in the morning and then bright sunshine in the afternoon. Friday and Saturday mornings will be the coldest since February with lows in the mid-50s in Miami and the upper 40s in our suburbs.
Cold front No. 3 come through late Sunday with more showers and even colder temps for Monday morning.