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After a few cloudy and occasionally stormy afternoons, we should see more sun today.
South Florida is unlikely to ever see a tornado as devastating as the one that tore through Oklahoma on Monday. The atmospheric conditions aren’t conducive here.
It's official: The rainy season is off and running - as anyone who's been soaked in a recent downpour would suspect. [...]
With parts of the region already seeing showers this morning, odds are we'll see even more rain and storms by this afternoon. Some of the rain could be heavy, the National Weather Service said.
A flood watch has been issued for most of South Florida as the region could face more heavy rains today and was drenched on Monday.
They can pop up over the ocean, inland waterways and even Everglades wetland areas.
With numerous showers and thunderstorms across the region, an urban flood advisory was issued for northeastern Broward and for Palm Beach County today as parts of those areas have been saturated from rains in the past few weeks.
Occasionally, weathercasters, emergency officials and everyday people mangle the proper pronunciation of storm names.
At least two funnel clouds could be seen offshore near Fort Lauderdale on Friday morning.Â Images from WSVN-Ch 7 's traffic helicopter showed the clouds east of the beach area near Port Everglades.
The upcoming rainy season should be slightly hotter than normal, the National Weather Service Thursday.
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