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Cindy Still A Flood Threat

Tracking Cindy: Cindy made landfall Thursday morning over southwestern Louisiana. As it continues to interact with land, more weakening is expected. In fact, it hasRead More

Cindy roaring ashore

Tropical Storm Cindy is moving out of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico while creating a lot of wild weather in its wake.  The tropical systemRead More

Tracking Cindy

South Florida Summer is off to a steam start with high pressure centered in the Atlantic Ocean providing for a nice breeze out of theRead More

Tracking Cindy in the Gulf

Tropical Storm Cindy continues to churn out the rain across the northern Gulf states.   So far the wettest locations extend from Louisiana through theRead More

Double Trouble

Local Forecast: South Florida we will remain under the influence of high pressure providing for a strong breeze out of the southeast. This will driveRead More

Watching Two Areas

South Florida we will experiencing bands of heavy rain all due to an area we are watching for development near the Yucatan Peninsula. The NationalRead More

Tangling with the tropics?

The tropics have suddenly been getting active.   It now looks like two systems will be classified in the near future.   The area mostRead More

Early season tropics

It’s early in the season for seeing a lot of  tropical activity (typically) yet we have the high potential of  at least one depression orRead More

More Storms Brewing

Deep tropical moisture will continue surround the Sunshine State. Southerly winds will pump this warm/humid air into South Florida this weekend. Starting to see showersRead More