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Flood Watch in Miami-Dade, Broward: Open for First Alert Doppler 6000

A stalled front remains across South Florida, keeping us locked into this tropical pattern

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Huge improvements are expected today across South Florida after several days of rain, even though a Flood Watch continues until 8 p.m. 


The morning will have more clouds and 40% storm chances while the afternoon will have more sun and only 20% storm chances.

Highs will top out at about 90° with feels-like temps easily into the triple digits. It will be breezy with gusts up to 20 mph.

Rip currents can be expected at the beach today, Monday and Tuesday.

South Florida could be dodging major rainfall through the weekend with temperatures dropping slightly as a result.

“Invest 92-L” in the Caribbean now has an 80% chance of becoming Tropical Depression Twenty-Six as it moves up toward the Gulf Of Mexico.

Should this system develop into a tropical storm, it would get the name “Delta.” The proximity of South Florida to this system could bring enhanced rain chances on Tuesdya and Wednesday, but direct impacts are not expected at this time.

Tropical Storm Gamma made landfall near Tulum, Mexico with 70 mph winds yesterday and now will make a sharp turn toward the Bay Of Campeche in the southern Gulf of Mexico.

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