According to the National Weather Service, heavy storms are expected on Sunday evenings in most parts of South Florida. The biggest threat is to spoil the linear wind.
“You can’t rule out one or two hail and tornado,” said a federal forecaster in Miami. Heavy rains also increase the likelihood of waterspouts and localized urban floods in some parts of South Florida.
Miami-Dade, Broward, Collier, and mainland Monroe counties have been hit by heavy thunderstorms. Watch until 8 pm
Forecasts also warn boaters in Sunny Isles, Key Biscayne, Harlandale, Cape Florida, Virginia Key, Bay Harbor Islands, Miami Beach, Bal Harbor, Golden Beach, Surfside, Coral Gables, North Bay Village, Indian Creek doing. “Special marine warning” is valid until 8 pm
“Today’s thunderstorms can cause gusts of over 60 miles per hour,” a meteorologist at the National Weather Service said in a statement. “In addition, strong winds across local waters are dangerous for today’s boating.”
A warning was also given twitter.
“Would you like to go to Miami Beach this afternoon? Can you see the dark storm clouds north? They’re on your way! Thunder, gusts and heavy rains should arrive soon. It’s safe now. It’s time to find a good indoor shelter. “