Issue Date: 1000 AM EDT Tue Sep 29 2020
Expiration: 0300 GMT 30 2020
...Late Week/Weekend: Heavy Rainfall Becoming More Likely with Flooding Possible...
This hazardous weather outlook is for South Florida.
.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT
Thunderstorms: Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are possible over
South Florida with the best coverage over the Lake Okeechobee and
northeast areas of South Florida. The main concern will be
lightning, gusty wind, and street flooding in urban areas due to poor
drainage for all metro areas on both coasts.
Flooding: There is a slight chance of urban flooding of the roadways
for the coastal metro areas, especially in typical flood prone
areas, low lying areas, as well as areas with poor drainage with any
Coastal Flooding: Coastal flooding is also possible during high
tides due to the spring tides of the full moon.
Wind: Some of the storms could produce strong wind gusts of 45 to 50
mph this evening, mainly in the interior.
Waterspouts: There is a slight risk of waterspouts for all South
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY
This frontal boundary could stall out somewhere over the region
which could lead to increased chances of showers and thunderstorms
through the end of the week into the weekend. At the same time, a
coastal trough could set up over the eastern areas of South Florida,
a possible tropical low develops over the Western Caribbean and moves
west northwest into the Northwest Caribbean. This will allow for deep
tropical moisture to work into South Florida late this week into this
weekend which could enhance the potential heavy rainfall along with
The spring tide (high astronomical tide) may bring coastal flooding
to the east coastal areas through this weekend.
.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...
Widespread spotter activation is not anticipated, however individual
spotters are encouraged to report winds and flooding to the National
Weather Service forecast office in Miami. Please relay any information
about observed severe weather to the NWS while following all local,
state, and CDC guidelines.
For more information...visit the National Weather Service in
Miami website at www.weather.gov/miami.
Issue Date: 832 AM EDT Tue Sep 29 2020
Expiration: 1430 GMT 29 2020
At 831 AM EDT, Doppler radar indicated showers along a line extending
from Palm Springs to Boca Pointe, moving north at 15 mph.
Through the next few hours, this activity will continue affecting
portions of northeastern Broward County and eastern Palm Beach
County. Locally heavy rainfall, along with reduced visibilities, may
accompany this activity. While highly uncertain, there could
eventually be the possibility for localized flooding to occur if the
heavier showers were to repeatedly move over the same locations for
at least a few hours.
Locations impacted include...
Coral Springs, West Palm Beach, Pompano Beach, Boca Raton, Deerfield
Beach, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Wellington, Jupiter, Margate,
Palm Beach Gardens, Lake Worth, Riviera Beach, Lighthouse Point, Palm
Beach, Tequesta, Highland Beach, Juno Beach, Ocean Ridge and Coconut
Issue Date: 339 AM EDT Tue Sep 29 2020
Expiration: 0000 GMT 30 2020
...COASTAL FLOOD STATEMENT IN EFFECT FOR THE EAST COAST BEACHES OF
* WHAT...Isolated minor coastal flooding during high tides.
* WHERE...Coastal Broward, Coastal Palm Beach and Coastal Miami-
* WHEN...Through Friday evening.
* IMPACTS...Some water on low lying roads and property.
Do not drive through flooded roadways.
North Palm Beach, FL Weather Warnings, Advisories and Alerts are issued by the National Weather Service.