6:00PM - A few isolated storms developed in Miami-Dade county today prompting a flood advisory out west near the Florida turnpike. Just a 20% chance of additional rain overnight. Our rain chance stays fairly low until Friday as moisture moves in with a weak tropical wave over the weekend.
1:00PM- Still monitoring the radar for any sea breeze storms to develop during the next few hours. There is the small potential for some storms to be strong to severe. Chief meteorologist Trent Aric and meteorologist Betty Davis will have more tonight at 5, 5:30 and 6.
Meteorologist Scott Padgett
6:00AM - We will start off this morning in the upper 70s with partly cloudy skies and climb to 91 degrees with a 30% chance of an isolated shower/storm. This forecast will hold for a majority of the week and is pretty much right on track for our normal highs and lows for this time of year.
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