‘What we experienced was not inevitable.’ As COVID delta raged in Florida, DeSantis underestimated threat
Gov. Ron DeSantis didn’t anticipate how devastating Florida’s summer COVID-19 surge would be. The warning signs were there. The highly contagious delta variant of the coronavirus had produced an explosion of sickness and death in India, a country that had fared surprisingly well during the pandemic.sun-sentinel.com
Ransomware victim Kaseya gets master key to unlock networks
The Florida company whose software was exploited in the devastating Fourth of July weekend ransomware attack, Kaseya, has received a universal key that will decrypt all of the more than 1,000 businesses and public organizations crippled in the global incident. Kaseya spokeswoman Dana Liedholm would not say Thursday how the key was obtained or whether a ransom was paid. Ransomware analysts offered multiple possible explanations for why the master key, which can unlock the scrambled data of all the attack's victims, has now appeared.news.yahoo.com
Biden’s message to social media platforms on COVID-19 misinformation: ‘They’re killing people’
Departing the White House on Friday, President Biden responded to a reporter’s asking if he had a message to social media companies like Facebook regarding COVID-19 misinformation. Biden said, “They’re killing people,” and added, “The only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated.”news.yahoo.com
US virus cases are rising again, doubling over three weeks
The COVID-19 curve in the U.S. is rising again after months of decline, with the number of new cases per day doubling over the past three weeks, driven by the fast-spreading delta variant, lagging vaccination rates and Fourth of July gatherings. Confirmed infections climbed to an average of about 23,600 a day on Monday, up from 11,300 on June 23, according to Johns Hopkins University data. “It is certainly no coincidence that we are looking at exactly the time that we would expect cases to be occurring after the July Fourth weekend," said Dr. Bill Powderly, co-director of the infectious-disease division at Washington University’s School of Medicine in St. Louis.news.yahoo.com
What exactly was Mark Zuckerberg riding in that viral Fourth of July video?
If you’ve been scrolling around on social media this month, then you may have noticed that over the Fourth of July weekend, Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg was riding on some sort of wakeboard on a lake with an American flag in tow.
Columbus Blue Jackets goalie dies after fireworks accident
Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Matiss Kivlenieks died of chest trauma from an errant fireworks mortar blast in what authorities described Monday as a tragic accident on the Fourth of July. The 24-year-old Kivlenieks was in a hot tub and tried to get clear with several other people, police Lt. Jason Meier said. The fire department and EMTs got to the private home shortly after 10 p.m. and took Kivlenieks to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead, Meier said.news.yahoo.com
2 teenagers dead, 3 wounded in shooting at Cincinnati park
Two teenagers are dead after apparently exchanging gunfire that wounded three others at a downtown Cincinnati park where hundreds of teens were gathered late on the Fourth of July, police said. It's possible others were involved in the conflict Sunday at Smale Park, but police aren't searching for any other particular suspects, Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said Monday. Sixteen-year-old Milo Watson died at the scene, and 19-year-old Dexter Wright Jr. died later at a hospital, police said.news.yahoo.com
In the return of Hyde Park’s 4th on 53rd celebration, families are just happy to be out
The annual parade was still on pause, but the park’s Fourth of July committee brought out carnival games, food trucks, art and music to bring an all-ages picnic to life after a year of social distancing.chicagotribune.com
Tragedy casts pall over July Fourth holiday in South Florida
The Fourth of July holiday was marked with somber tones in South Florida, where a collapsed building has left at least 24 dead and more than 120 missing under rubble. “July 4 is ordinarily a time to gather with our loved ones and to celebrate our freedom and our independence, and this year the holiday looks very different," said Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. A vigil was planned for Sunday night in Miami Beach for the victims of the fallen Champlain Towers South condominium complex in Surfside, Florida.news.yahoo.com
Ransomware attack before holiday leaves companies scrambling
Businesses rushed Saturday to contain a ransomware attack that has paralyzed their computer networks, a situation complicated in the U.S. by offices lightly staffed at the start of the Fourth of July holiday weekend. The Swedish State Railways and a major local pharmacy chain were also affected. Cybersecurity experts say the REvil gang, a major Russian-speaking ransomware syndicate, appears to be behind the attack that targeted a software supplier called Kaseya, using its network-management package as a conduit to spread the ransomware through cloud-service providers.news.yahoo.com
Douglas Emhoff in Chicago: Getting the COVID-19 vaccine ‘is not political’
Second gentleman Douglas Emhoff, Vice President Kamala Harris’ husband, said in Chicago Wednesday that as he’s traveled the country in recent months to talk up vaccination efforts he hasn’t once heard people talk about getting inoculated in political terms.chicagotribune.com
Letters to the editor: Fourth of July parade, education task force, breaching dams, Murgoitio Park, camping with dogs, COVID-19 statistics
Letters to the editor on having a Fourth of July parade in Boise, education task force, breaching dams, saving Murgoitio Park, camping with dogs and misleading COVID-19 statistics.news.yahoo.com
US Government Is Open, But Flag Day Provides Plenty To Celebrate
Sandwiched between Memorial Day and the Fourth of July, Flag Day isn’t officially a federal holiday. President Joseph R. Biden declared on Friday that Monday would be Flag Day again, and called on Americans to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. It took Congress until 1949 to officially approve Flag Day with a bill that Harry Truman signed into law. That year he also signed Flag Day into law. Lichtman said the American flag should not be a source of division.thewestsidegazette.com
Jacksonville ordered to turn off bridge’s Pride Month rainbow lights. A day later, they’re lighted again.
The decision on the Acosta Bridge in Jacksonville, Fla., which came after Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a much-debated transgender girls sports ban on the first day of Pride Month, appears to have been reversed Wednesday amid mounting blowback.washingtonpost.com
Norwegian Cruise Line plans to require COVID-19 vaccine; asks CDC to resume U.S. cruises in July
Norwegian Cruise Line announced on Monday that they are asking federal authorities to allow U.S. cruises to resume in July. The Miami-based cruise line plans to require that all guests have completed the COVID-19 vaccine series no less than two weeks before departure.
In 1st prime-time address, Biden promises adults will be COVID-vaccine eligible by May 1
WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden delivered his first primetime speech as commander-in-chief on Thursday evening from the East Room of the White House. Biden said all adult Americans will be eligible to get a vaccine no later than May 1st. I need you to get vaccinated when is your turn,” Biden said, adding Dr. Anthony Fauci has assured everyone that the vaccines are safe. Here are the next steps we’re taking to make that happen: — President Biden (@POTUS) March 12, 2021I will use every power I have and I will not relent until we beat this virus. — President Biden (@POTUS) March 12, 2021Related stories
Consumer fireworks sellers in South Florida deal with short supply
HIALEAH, Fla. – There has been a higher demand for consumer fireworks in South Florida ahead of New Year’s Eve celebrations, but there is also a short supply. Patricia Taime owns the Fireworks Lady & Co., which operates seasonal firework sales tent locations throughout Miami-Dade and Broward counties. “We did extremely, extremely well,” Taime said about her sales as a consumer fireworks supplier. This is all to blame for the nationwide shortage of consumer fireworks, she said. Raul Caminero, who also profits from consumer fireworks sales, said there have been many complications during the pandemic.
Zoo Miami reopens to public following two-month closure
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – Zoo Miami reopened to visitors Tuesday after being forced to re-close its doors on the Fourth of July. “We feel relieved and a bit elated,” Ron Magill, of Zoo Miami, said. But with the state now entering Phase 2 of its reopening, zoo officials decided to reopen most outdoor attractions, but not without changes. Zoo officials are also limiting the number of guests they let in each day. “As long as I think they’re taking precautions and safety, I think it’s a good thing,” Ophelia Gualtieri said.
Demand for Fourth of July fireworks increases risks for burns
And with more people buying their own fireworks, Fourth of July celebrations could be riskier this year. “The general public is buying more than ever before,” Steve Houser, president of the National Fireworks Association told the Associated Press. But not everyone is as alarmed by the increased interest in consumer fireworks. Fire departments and many sellers also urge people to have a sober “designated shooter,” said Houser of the National Fireworks Association. Some in the industry believe monthslong lockdowns during the pandemic explain the increased interest in blowing off steam with fireworks.
Miami-Dade, Broward beaches closing July 3 due to coronavirus pandemic
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – Officials in Miami-Dade and Broward are closing down all public beaches for the Fourth of July holiday weekend as COVID-19 cases spike in Florida. We now see this virus is prevalent in this age group and we want to keep this down, Gimenez said. Fort Lauderdale’s Mayor Dean Trantalis confirmed that the beaches in his city will be closed for the Fourth of July weekend. The beach closures are due to the latest spike in both counties of COVID-19 cases, especially among a younger demographic. In Miami-Dade, Gimenez said he had to take action because he has seen that the trend in COVID-19 number rising after a holiday.
Fireworks viewing may be a bit different this year. Here’s the list.
MIAMI – Officials are asking residents to watch the Fourth of July fireworks from their cars or their homes to avoid large crowds during the coronavirus pandemic. Broward CountyFORT LAUDERDALE: City officials are asking residents to watch the shows from outside of their homes. Miami-Dade CountyCoral Gables and Miami Beach canceled their fireworks shows. MIAMI BEACH: Virtual fireworks display paired with music by the New World Symphony: Starting at 9 p.m. on MBTV (Channels 660 on Atlantic Broadband or 99 on AT&T U-Verse) or the Miami Beach Facebook page. If your city is hosting a Fourth of July fireworks display and it is not in this list, e-mail the information to Share@Local10.com.
Elis Cheesecake, the iconic Chicago-style sweet, celebrates 40 years, and whatever happens next
The signature dessert was served exclusively in the restaurant until 1980, when it made its street debut at the very first Taste of Chicago, a one-day event on the Fourth of July, held on Michigan Avenue. It was a smash. It became so successful that the cheesecake company thrives as a third generation family-owned business with Elis son Marc Schulman and granddaughter Elana Schulman, a James Beard award winner for her work as a video producer previously at Vice Munchies.chicagotribune.com
New York City will host 4th of July fireworks 'one way or another,' Mayor de Blasio says
New York City's annual Fourth of July celebration will go on "one way or another," Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday. He said that there will definitely be fireworks, although they city is still deliberating how and where they will be done. "Since 1976, Macy's Fireworks have lit the skies over many of New York City's waterways and neighborhoods. "This year's show will be a celebration of the strength and resilience of New York City and will honor frontline workers across America," he said. On Monday, de Blasio announced the city is canceling concerts, festivals and parades, including the 2020 Pride march, through June.cnbc.com
Community Update from U.S. Rep. Donna Shalala Miami's Community News
The Post-9/11 G.I. Bill benefits are erroneously counted on the 10 percent side of the ratio, even though they are federally funded. From 2009 to 2017, eight of the top 10 recipients of Post-9/11 G.I. Bill benefits. Bill,Im proud to take a stand to strengthen and protect veterans education benefits.communitynewspapers.com
Portland shelters, animal hospital busy after the Fourth
CNN image(KPTV) - PORTLAND, Oregon -- Its a busy couple days for animal shelters and hospitals, as they care for more sick and stray pets from the Fourth of July. This Fourth of July they cared for 87 animals Thursday alone, compared to their 61 patients on an average day. We checked in with shelters in the area who also had quite a few lost pets. And Multnomah County Animal Services took in 21. As for this weekend, Multnomah County Animal Services will be waiving impound and board fees through Sunday as long as the pet is picked up by Tuesday.
Man arrested for pretending to be officer, pulling over deputy
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. - A Hillsborough County, Florida deputy sheriff arrested a 35-year-old man on Fourth of July after being accused of pretending to be a law enforcement officer. Hastings told him "he was a law enforcement officer and his credentials were at the office." He told the deputy he could follow him back to the "station" so he could obtain and show him his credentials. Shortly after exiting on Branch Forbes, Hastings was stopped by a Hillsborough County deputy, where he was detained while they interviewed the off-duty deputy. No handcuffs or firearms were located in the vehicle," the Sheriff's Office said.
Black bear spotted in Homestead neighborhood on Fourth of July
HOMESTEAD, Fla. - Residents were shocked to find a black bear roaming around their neighborhood in Homestead early in the morning on the Fourth of July. Fernando Morales, the bear was spotted around 1:30 a.m. Thursday in the Oasis housing development. Responding officers reported that the bear was not aggressive and they tracked it as it wandered through the neighborhood, keeping their vehicles between themselves and the bear. Morales said the officers contacted residents who live near where the bear had been and asked neighborhood associations to send out email alerts. According to Morales, there have been several bear sightings overnight in Homestead, with the last sighting being reported around 4:30 a.m. Friday.
Dolphins defensive tackle Kendrick Norton seriously injured in crash
MIAMI - A former Miami Hurricanes and current Miami Dolphins player was seriously injured in an early morning rollover crash on the Fourth of July. Defensive tackle Kendrick Norton was among those injured in Thursday's crash where the Dolphin Expressway meets the Palmetto Expressway. Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) July 4, 2019"We were made aware this morning of a serious car accident involving Kendrick Norton," the Dolphins said in a statement. Joel Auerbach/Getty Images Miami Hurricanes defensive tackle Kendrick Norton battles Bethune-Cookman's Phillip Norman during the third quarter, Sept. 5, 2015, at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Miami Hurricanes defensive tackle Kendrick Norton makes an air guitar out of Florida State quarterback James Blackman's leg after making a tackle during a 24-20 win against the Seminoles.
World War II veteran crosses country on foot for second time
Over the course of two years and 10 months, over 2,631 miles, he crossed the country on foot, running from California to Georgia. At age 95, the World War II veteran has decided to do it again. He's clocked 175 miles into his second coast-to-coast trek, which he began in March when he left from Georgia's St. Simons Island. He hopes to run 13 miles a week through grueling heat or freezing cold for as long as he can. As he runs, the Navy veteran is raising funds to sail a restored World War II tanker to Normandy for a D-Day anniversary, a feat that he says will cost millions.
Trump said George Washingtons army took over airports. Twitter erupted in memes
And Bags too, a Twitter user called @King_Of_Shade tweeted, along with a photoshopped image of George Washington crossing the Delaware in an airport. #RevolutionaryWarAirportStories trended on Twitter as users aired their contemporary travel problems with a 1776 twist. Trump immediately went on to speak about the star-spangled banner flying at Fort McHenry, as if this historical anecdote was also about the Revolutionary War. We are at a disadvantage #RevolutionaryWarAirportStories Rizzo Campbell (@RizzoCampbell) July 5, 2019Will my Emotional Support Animal require an extra seat? #RevolutionaryWarAirportStories pic.twitter.com/ihgZ6A0Rca LionO*s_Jungle (@jungle_os) July 5, 2019On Friday, Trump chalked up his mistakes to teleprompter problems and the rain.latimes.com
Trump promises Fourth of July 'show of a lifetime' in Washington
President Donald Trump promises the "show of a lifetime" ahead of Washington's Fourth of July celebrations, but his political opponents are calling it nothing more than a campaign rally. Copyright 2019 by WPLG Local10.com - All rights reserved.
Easiest way to get fishing license in minutes, without leaving the lake
Regardless, if fishing might be or already is on your to-do list this weekend and you don't have your fishing license for this year, we've got some good news: You can EASILY get it on your phone within minutes -- like, even if you're already on the waters with fishing pole in hand. The digital age makes life so convenient, doesn't it? Having said that, click or tap here to get started on your license. It will only take minutes and youll have your digital copy in hand. [Download from the Apple app store | Download from Google Play]Its worth noting that out-of-state fishing and hunting licenses are not valid in Florida.
Florida inmates will spend their Fourth comforting shelter dogs
Instead of watching fireworks, some Florida inmates will be cuddling dogs this Fourth of July. (CNN) - Instead of watching fireworks, some Florida inmates will be cuddling dogs this Fourth of July. Dogs often get frightened and anxious because of fireworks and other loud noises from July Fourth celebrations. So Brevard County designed a program to comfort the dogs as well as "help add purpose to the lives of inmates incarcerated at the Brevard County Jail." A 2007 study found that prisoners who participated in an animal program learned important values including patience and helping others.
Joey Chestnut, Miki Sudo defend titles at Fourth of July hot dog eating contest
Joey "Jaws" Chestnut ate 71 wieners and buns to secure his 12th title at Nathan's Famous annual Fourth of July hot dog eating contest on Thursday, just a few hot dogs shy of breaking the record he set last year. Joey Chestnut eats during the Nathan's Famous Fourth of July hot dog eating contest on July 4, 2019, in New York City. Kena Betancur/Getty ImagesWhen asked how he felt after the contest, Chestnut said, "I feel like I should eat a couple more." Spectators with foam hot dog hats, plastic noisemakers and homemade signs descended on Coney Island's famed boardwalk for the contest. Miki Sudo eats during the women's portion of the annual Nathan's Famous July Fourth hot dog eating contest on July 4, 2019, in New York City.cbsnews.com
Photos:: Trump's Fourth of July speech inserts politics and protests into national celebration
Trumps Fourth of July speech inserts politics and protests into national celebrationA plane flies through cloudy skies past a screen on the National Mall showing the American flag. (Brendan Smialowski / AFP/Getty Images)latimes.com
What's open and what's closed on the Fourth of July
We're here to answer the most important Fourth of July questions: What's open, and what's closed? OPENStores and restaurant chains are likely to be open on July 4, but it's always good to call aheadTarget -- Open regular hoursWalmart -- Open regular hoursKroger-- Open regular hoursTrader Joe's -- All stores will be closing at 5, so don't procrastinateMovie theaters -- We can't think of a better way to ring in America's birthdayLiquor stores -- So, this depends. Your bank is probably closed, but if you need cash the ATM is always an option. Your favorite local spot -- Varies by location! In general, local restaurants will probably be closed, but some morning-only spots (things like your favorite bagel or doughnut spot) might still be open during the day.
Great white sharks invade Cape Cod just in time for the 4th
Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images(CNN) - Some fin is in the water in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Locals are bracing for an influx of tourists to flock to Cape Cod for the Fourth of July weekend, and they may have a few extra visitors joining them in the water. In the past week, researchers have tagged 12 great white sharks near Cape Cod Bay. While sharks have always been a part of the waters near Cape Cod's marine environment, researchers have seen their numbers grow over the years. Even so, beachgoers must be cautious when entering the waters in Cape Cod Bay.
Miami-Dade firefighters crack down on illegal sale of fireworks
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. - Miami-Dade firefighters are cracking down on the sale of illegal fireworks ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, conducting safety sweeps of several fireworks stands across the county. "Basically we come out here to these tents that sell fireworks every year and make sure vendors are selling fireworks that are approved by the state," Ozzy Norat, fire safety specialist for Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, said. "Illegal is pretty much anything that projects into the air, anything that explodes or pops," Norat said. "Anything that projects into the air can go anywhere, so those are illegal in Miami-Dade County." But it's not just the illegal fireworks that are a concern.
Miami-Dade firefighters inspect fireworks vendors across county
Miami-Dade firefighters are cracking down on the sale of illegal fireworks ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, conducting safety sweeps of several fireworks stands across the county. Copyright 2019 by WPLG Local10.com - All rights reserved.
The flag clothing you're buying for July 4th is technically illegal
Consumers are buying fewer items of clothing, and apparel with the flag or its colors fits the description of a timeless look. Flag Code, any clothes with the flag on it are technically illegal. "Every item of apparel that they're wearing that has an American flag on it: shirt, shorts, bikini, hat, technically is in violation of the flag code," said Marc Leepson, author of "Flag: An American Biography." The federal flag code says that "The flag should never be used for advertising purposes in any manner whatsoever." The code also bans the material of a flag from being converted into clothing of any kind.cnbc.com
First responders warn public about dangers of fireworks, sparklers
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. - The Fourth of July is just two days away, which raises many concerns for emergency responders. "In 2018 alone, we had over 9,100 cases reported in emergency rooms due to burns and fire-related injuries. "We see all kinds of injuries, from burns to missing fingers to body parts that have been charred," Norat said. On Tuesday, they teamed with the Miami Burn Center at the University of Miami to demonstrate the dangers of using common fireworks, even with the known favorite -- sparklers. They can burn some metals and glasses, so just imagine what it can do to your kids' eyes and hands," Norat said.
Suspicious mail sent to Facebook tested negative for sarin
Cramer: Tech stocks are overvalued, but 'it's not like we've gone..."After a big run, you always hear that there are just too many bulls, too much excitement, too much optimism," but Jim Cramer's not buying it. Mad Money with Jim Cramerread morecnbc.com
Drivers will pay less for gas this July 4th than last year, despite a recent rise in prices
Gasoline prices could continue to rise into the weekend, as the East Coast market adjusts to the loss of the Philadelphia refinery, which was 27% of the region's refining capacity. But even with anticipated price increases, the national average price likely peaked in May at $2.89 per gallon, he said. Another factor in the recent rise in gasoline prices was the jump in crude oil prices in the past several weeks, in part the result of tensions in the Middle East. "The Fourth of July weekend is here, gasoline prices I expect to be more or less stable over the next week. Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, Vermont and Rhode Island also raised taxes slightly.cnbc.com
Alphabet's robotaxis get one step closer to commercial use in California
Britain's big banks see 'trust' as a competitive edge amid the...Big U.K. banks like HSBC and RBS are having to evolve to keep up with the kind of offering coming out of challengers like Revolut and Monzo. Financeread morecnbc.com
11 great white sharks spotted off Cape Cod ahead of July 4th holiday
Chatham, Massachusetts Tourists are heading to Cape Cod for the Fourth of July weekend and waiting close to shore are 11 great white sharks spotted over the last two days. Marine biologist Greg Skomal tagged three of the great whites spotted off Cape Cod. Last year, a great white nearly snatched him off his research boat. Social media this year has featured video of sharks terrifyingly close to swimmers in Florida. But if people at the Cape want to keep an eye on their favorite beach, there's an app for that.cbsnews.com
July deadliest month for drunken driving
More people die in drunken driving crashes in July than any other month, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). "Backyard barbecues, fireworks displays and other festivities surrounding the Fourth of July holiday often include drinking, making it one of the deadliest holidays of the year," said Helen Witty, national president of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, in a statement. The accompanying weekend is also prime for drunken driving. That year, 10,874 people died in alcohol-impaired driving crashes -- an average of one alcohol-impaired-driving fatality every 48 minutes. Staying off the roads, using public transit, and having a designated driver are all ways to stay safe this patriotic season.
Alabama car dealership giving away bibles, flags, shotguns
Chatom Ford(CNN) - In an appeal to patriotism, a car dealership in Alabama is giving away bibles, flags and guns for a Fourth of July special. In a promotional video titled "God, Guns and Freedom," manager Koby Palmer cocks a shotgun in front of a red truck with an American flag draped across the back. There are 161,641 registered firearms in Alabama, according to a 2017 survey from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. GOD, GUNS, AND FREEDOM CELEBRATING JULY 4th FROM NOW UNTIL JULY 31 HERE AT CHATOM FORD!!! EVERY VEHICLE... Posted by Chatom Ford on Wednesday, June 19, 2019The-CNN-Wire & 2019 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company.
Doral to host Fourth of July fireworks
The city of Doral released a flyer announcing its annual Fourth of July celebration starting at 5 p.m.City officials said the fireworks display begins at 9:20 p.m. and will be visible from the Doral Central Park at 3000 NW 87 Ave.For more information, visit the city's website or call 305-591-6600.
Aventura to host Fourth of July fireworks
AVENTURA, Fla. – The city of Aventura released the flyer announcing the annual Fourth of July fireworks celebration starting at 9 p.m.City officials say the display will be visible along Country Club Drives. For more information, visit the city's website or call 305-466-8930.
Weather forecast for Fourth of July fireworks in South Fla.
26798400Fourth of July was set to be a hot day in South Florida with highs in the 90s. The Local 10 News weather team reported there will be a 30 percent chance of sea breeze storms during the day. The sunset is set at 8:17 p.m. During the Fourth of July fireworks, the Local 10 News weather team reports there will be a 20 percent probability of rain. View the current radar to see areas of rain in South FloridaVisit the forecast center for the latest Local 10 News team forecast.