MIAMI.- For this Tuesday, the rains continue in South Florida and it is possible that storms and the possibility of flooding occur in the areas most prone to the accumulation of water in Broward and Miami-Dade .

A flood watch is in effect until 8:00 p.m. this Wednesday for areas of Miami-Dade and Broward counties.

Have an umbrella handy and avoid crossing areas of pooled water. Around noon and afternoon, the rains could intensify, with the possibility of seeing some thunderstorms and flooding in vulnerable areas.

Monday’s rains left significant accumulations of water in areas such as Davie (4.17″), Opa-locka (4.14″), Little Havana (4.02″), North Miami (3, 64″) and Coconut Creek (3.61″). Tuesday’s cumulative in Hialeah recorded 5.00″ at noon.

Temperatures are up nicely in South Florida, in the high 60°F and low 70°F range, due to the rains and the current wind. In the afternoon, highs will be around 77°F.

The wind will be present all day, but towards the afternoon gusts on the east coast could reach up to 30 miles per hour, so there will be a danger of rip currents on the beaches and freezing conditions. degraded navigation.

This strong chance of rain continues through at least Friday, then decreases but does not disappear over the weekend.

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