Locals, tourists share thoughts on upcoming Subtropical Storm Nicole – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

HOLLYWOOD, FLA. (WSVN) – As Subtropical Storm Nicole types close to the Bahamas and approaches the east coast of Florida, locals, tourists and business homeowners shared their thoughts on the upcoming storm.

Not solely is rain a priority, however the king tides which can be set to method can even add to the swarm of water.

Places like Hollywood Beach, together with neighborhoods close by, are beneath a hurricane watch.

A sidewalk was proven already flooded with water from the king tides, Monday afternoon.

Hotel employees have already seen cancellations for Wednesday and Thursday as vacationers uncover the storm forward.

Many individuals have been seen out on the seashore final the calm earlier than the storm settles into the day, however adjustments in climate because the storm approaches are anticipated later within the week.

Slim Yol, a employee at Florio’s Pizza, shared his thoughts on the upcoming storm.

“It looks like it’s gonna come out,” mentioned Yol. “It seems like it’s gonna hit, but you never know. At the last minute, anything can change. I’ve never been pessimistic, especially for South Florida weather.”

Russel Gonzalez, a Tampa resident, shared his thoughts.

“This place has gone through a number of hurricanes before so, at 70 miles an hour winds, people won’t move, people won’t leave,” mentioned Gonzalez as he chuckled. “They won’t do anything. On the other side, they’re only supposed to get 35 to 40 [miles per hour winds]. They won’t do anything. It’ll just clear the palm tree limbs for us so we don’t have to do it ourselves.”

Although it could be a gorgeous day in Florida, adjustments are anticipated to start out as quickly as Tuesday.

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