Storms could produce torrential rain in South Florida as flood threat lingers
Due to the high amounts of moisture in the atmosphere, the storms will have the potential to produce torrential rain
Plentiful moisture combined with daytime heating will lead to numerous storms across South Florida on Wednesday.
Due to the high amounts of moisture in the atmosphere, the storms will have the potential to produce torrential rain.
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With many locations along South Florida's east coast receiving rainfall totals in excess of 10 inches over the past week and heavy rainfall expected again Wednesday afternoon, a Flood Watch is in effect for coastal Miami-Dade and Broward counties through Wednesday evening.
Flooding will be a concern for areas seeing slow-moving storms, especially along Interstate 95, the National Weather Service said.
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In addition to the heavy rainfall threat, a few localized robust thunderstorms could be capable of producing wind gusts up to 50 to 60 mph.
Seasonable temperatures in the upper 80s will be seen Wednesday across the region.
The active weather pattern may continue across the region for Thursday as well.
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