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South Florida Braces for Rain, Flooding Due to System

Squally weather will be possible into Saturday night keeping the potential for isolated tornadoes

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South Florida is in store for a wet weekend due to the potential impacts from what is now Potential Tropical Cyclone One.

Regardless of how this system develops, we will see impactful weather across South Florida through most of Saturday.

The National Weather Service issued a Flash Flood Warning for a portion of Miami-Dade County, including Miami, Hialeah and Miami Beach until 5 a.m. while one is also in place for southern Broward County until 4 a.m., impacting locations such as Pembroke Pines, Hollywood and Miramar. One for northern Broward is in place until 6 a.m.

All Broward, Monroe and Miami-Dade are in a Tropical Storm Warming until further notice.

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The impacts for Friday/Saturday include heavy rainfall leading to flooding, gusty winds. Rainfall amounts of 4-8” are possible with isolated amounts close to 12”.

Squally weather will be possible with Friday into Saturday night keeping the potential for isolated tornadoes. Some improvements will be seen by Sunday with rain chances coming down to 40%.

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