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Snow fell in Miami 37 years ago

Sunday marked the 37th anniversary of the day it snowed in Miami.

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Coldest air of season moving into South Florida

A cold front moving into South Florida will bring the coldest temperatures of the season into our area by Tuesday morning.

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High winds cause danger in S Fla

High winds cause danger in South Florida as rip current risk remains high and small craft advisories remain in effect for Miami-Dade, Broward and the Florida Keys.

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Late start to Hurricane Season

In 2001 Erin, the fist hurricane of the season formed on this date.  3rd latest start to a hurricane season since 1966.

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NHC: System has 60% chance of development

The National Hurricane Center gives a low pressure system a 60 percent chance to develop into a tropical cyclone.

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Tropical disturbance brings heavy rain to S. Fla.

An area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico has a 40 percent chance of development, according to the National Hurricane Center.

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El Reno tornado widest ever

After surveying the damage it left behind, the NWS upgraded the El Reno twister to an EF5.   The tornado goes down in history as the widest ever.

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Drought ends in south Florida

Miami receives above normal rainfall as drought ends.

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Miami Humidity vs Oklahoma City Twisters?

NBA finals feature all "weather" related team names.  But, are the team names Heat and Thunder actually meteorological correct for each city.

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NWS issues outlook on wet season

After a very wet April across South Florida, indications are that the rainy season could get off to a very wet start in May and June.

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