Karlene Chavis

Karlene Chavis

A Not As Stormy Weekend

We’ve had stormy afternoons over the past few days as remnants of Beryl filtered into South Florida from The Bahamas. As that surge of tropicalRead More

Storms Still Brewing

The combo of lingering tropical moisture and daytime heating will ignite the sea breeze on Thursday. Isolated downpours will be possible by the late morningRead More

Rainy Repeat

Same weather, different day. Deep tropical moisture continues to move in our direction courtesy of an upper low adjacent to South Florida over the AtlanticRead More

Becoming Stormy

With the heating of the day, the sea breeze will fire up by the afternoon. Expect scattered thunderstorms starting by the late morning hours andRead More

Sunny Start to the Work Week

High pressure will be our main weather maker to kick off the work week. Off of the east breeze, we’ll see isolated showers and stormsRead More

Two in the Tropics

Beryl looked a little less organized on Saturday morning due to interaction with drier air, but it was still maintaining CAT 1 strength. It isRead More

“Beryl” Has Formed

As of Thursday afternoon, Tropical Depression #2 became the second named storm of this hurricane season, Tropical Storm Beryl. This storm looks to strengthen intoRead More

Storms Sticking Around

Mother Nature will continue to spark her own fireworks at least through the evening hours. Once the sun goes down, expect lingering showers favoring theRead More