Miami Weather: Flood Watch in effect through Friday evening
MIAMI – A Flood watch is in effect through this evening because of the potential for extra storms which will produce heavy downpours.
Since the bottom is already saturated from all of the latest rain, any extra storms will seemingly result in extra flooding.
Some areas might even see 3 to as much as 4 inches of rain at present in addition to the rain that has already fallen the previous week.
Storms will develop round noon and can linger through the afternoon and probably this evening.
Highs climb to the higher 80s earlier than the rain rolls in. A scorching and steamy weekend forward with highs close to 90 levels.
Saturday, we’ll get up to a dry begin after which one other spherical of storms will develop round midday and through the afternoon and evening with the potential for some heavy rain.
On Sunday the rain probability won’t be as excessive however scattered storms might be potential in the afternoon. Saharan mud is forecast to maneuver in late weekend and early subsequent week.
That drier air will decrease the rain probability by Monday however then will probably be hotter with highs hovering to the low 90s Monday through Wednesday.
Saharan mud will result in hazy skies throughout South Florida and decrease the air high quality. Anyone with respiratory circumstances ought to try to restrict out of doors actions early subsequent week.