Luis Duero and his wife, Ana Garrido Duero, of South Miami take pictures and watch what's left of Tropical Storm Erika at Matheson Hammock Park on Sunday Aug. 30, 2015.
Luis Duero and his wife, Ana Garrido Duero, of South Miami take pictures and watch what's left of Tropical Storm Erika at Matheson Hammock Park on Sunday Aug. 30, 2015. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Luis Duero and his wife, Ana Garrido Duero, of South Miami take pictures and watch what's left of Tropical Storm Erika at Matheson Hammock Park on Sunday Aug. 30, 2015. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Soggy sendoff: Remnants of Tropical Storm Erika could soak South Florida Monday

August 30, 2015 07:34 PM

UPDATED August 31, 2015 06:18 AM

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