Tornado Watch, Thunderstorm Warning as Second Round of Severe Weather Moves In – NBC 6 South Florida

Tornado Watch, Thunderstorm Warning as Second Round of Severe Weather Moves In – NBC 6 South Florida

Another round of severe weather is headed to South Florida and is expected to bring heavy rain, possible flooding and storm surge across the region Friday evening.

The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning until 9:30 p.m. for Miami-Dade County, including Miami and Miami Beach. The NWS reported heavy rain and urged people to take shelter immediately and remain alert for a possible tornado.

A tornado watch was also issued until 3 a.m. Saturday for the southern part of the state, including Miami-Dade and Broward counties. Watch, as opposed to warning, means that conditions are favorable or expected but are not occurring or imminent.

A flood warning is also in effect until 10:30 p.m. in Broward County covering Hallandale Beach north to Oakland Park and west to Miramar, Pembroke Pines, Davie and Plantation.

The flood warning is also in effect until 9 p.m. and covers Miami to Coral Gables to Key Biscayne.

The first round arrived this morning, and South Florida saw a flood warning in Broward and a hurricane warning around Islamorada.

Friday night will be windy and windy with heavy rain anywhere and strong to severe storms, especially south of Miami and especially in the Keys. The minimum temperature is 67 degrees and the chances of rain are 100%.

A wind warning remains in effect until Saturday evening.



Despite inclement weather, the show is still on at the Ultra Music Festival – while tennis fans are left disappointed by the rain that hampered the Miami Open. NBC6’s Ari Odzer reports

Gearing up for a busy weekend in South Florida with various events taking place in our cities, it looks like we will be in the crosshairs of active weather.

It’s important to keep this in mind if you’re planning to attend an event like Ultra, which is held at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami — an area that’s no stranger to flooding.

We will remain trapped in this unstable air mass through Saturday, with periods of heavy rain throughout the day.

By the end of the day, things will look clear and we will improve by the second half of the weekend.

Stay with NBC6 and the First Alert Weather team as we continue to analyze the data and adjust the forecast.

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