A strong batch of thunderstorms that could produce an isolated tornado is creeping its way closer to South Florida.
Sunday night, forecasters were expecting heavy rains and strong winds — with potential for gusts up to 60 mph — to blanket Miami-Dade and Broward.
Both counties are currently significant weather advisories.
The worst of the weather is expected to hit between 9 p.m. and midnight, with the possibility of spotty storms before and after, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Andrew Hagen.
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The weather is part of a cold front moving through, Hagen said. By Tuesday morning, Miami could see temperatures dip into the low 60s.
But get don't too excited (or upset), it will likely only last a day.
By 7:30 p.m. Sunday, the lower keys and Naples had already begun to feel the impact, Hagen said.
A small boat advisory has been issued until 2 a.m. because of strong winds.