MIAMI - The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Miami-Dade as a line of rough weather rolled through the area.
The weather advisory extends until 6:15 p.m. and includes parts of Broward and Miami-Dade counties.
Chief meteorologist Ivan Cabrera said a line of storms are pushing through the region from the west to the east, bringing winds of up to 60 mph, lightning and the possibility of hail.
"Conditions atmospherically are just favorable for this," he said, adding that the storms are expected to wind down around 8 p.m.
The day got off to a mainly dry start but storms will develop later and some could turn strong. Isolated severe storms are possible. Once again there is a limited threat of excessive rainfall with the potential for heavy rain and areas of flooding.
Deep tropical moisture remains in place due to a stalled frontal boundary. The rain chance will be the highest on Thursday.
Friday and into the weekend some drier air is expected to move in on the back side of a low pressure system off the southeast coast. Friday we can expect some spotty storms.
Saturday the rain chance is lower for the first official day of Fall. Sunday the rain chance may rise a bit with the potential for scattered storms. Highs in the upper 80s Saturday and Sunday.
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