A hurricane watch for Palm Beach County until 2 p.m
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – A hurricane watch is in effect for Palm Beach County until 2 p.m. by the National Weather Service.
Also, a Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect including Belle Glade, Pahokee and South Bay in Palm Beach County until 11:45 a.m.
Winds up to 60 mph and the possibility of pea-sized hail.
Scattered rain is expected before today’s active pattern.
A tornado warning was in effect until 11:30 a.m. for Miami, Hialeah and Doral.
Your WPTV First Alert Weather team will be closely tracking showers and a band of strong to severe storms through 2 PM today. Threats will be damaging winds, heavy rain, small hail and an isolated tornado.
Severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings have been issued for the Miami and Dade County areas. These storms are actively moving east at 40 mph.
High temperatures will reach the low 70s due to cloud cover and showers.
We will see a brief lull in the showers between the late afternoon and evening.
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All eyes are on Sunday after a quiet Saturday.
An area of low pressure is approaching a sunshine state bringing us stormy showers in the morning with storms later. Cloud cover will keep temperatures in the lower 70s.
We are under a marginal to slight risk (Level 1-2) for severe weather as of 2 p.m. Minor risks have been updated to include Palm Beach County.
For the Treasure and Gold Coast, threats will be damaging winds, heavy rain, small hail and the possibility of an isolated tornado.
After this band of strong to severe weather moves quickly, we will see a lull in precipitation in the late afternoon and evening.
A small craft advisory is in effect, and the risk of high rip current combined with rough waves will be a concern for those who will be trying to salvage an afternoon on the water.
Later Sunday night, more rain is on the horizon. Rain is expected to move in, and lows will be in the mid to upper 50s.
Monday will be breezy and cooler with highs in the middle and upper 60s. Scattered rain is expected throughout the day. Monday night will be very cold in the lower 50s with some rain.
More rain is expected on Tuesday, and the winds will be hotter than on Monday. Wind speeds approaching 35 mph at times from the northwest. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 60s again.
Conditions remain quite breezy throughout the work week. Fortunately, temperatures will return to seasonal conditions by Friday with highs returning to the mid-70s.
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