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NWS Miami 40m
Feb 18 @ 445pm - Today's high of 90 degrees at Naples set a new daily maximum temperature record. This is also the earliest on record that Naples has observed a high temperature of 90 degrees or greater.
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NWS Miami 3h
18 Feb: There have been a handful of reported rip current related rescues along South Florida east coast beaches today. If you plan on going to the beach, stay vigilant of the high risk of rip currents. High risk continues through at least tomorrow evening.
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NWS Miami 13h
Feb 18 @ 4:50 AM - Warm and generally dry conditions will continue across South Florida this week before a cold front approaches the area, bringing increasing rain chances and breezy conditions late this week into the weekend.
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NWS Miami Feb 17
Feb 17 @ 420 pm - Mild temps continue tonight and Tuesday. High rip current risk for the Palm Beaches through this evening.
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NWS Miami Feb 17
Feb 17: For those who plan to take advantage of this beautiful day by heading to the beach, be aware that there is a High Risk of Rip Currents for Palm Beach and a moderate risk for Broward and Miami-Dade.
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NWS Miami Feb 17
Drier conditions today with afternoon highs in the mid to upper 80s as high pressure remains over the area.
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NWS Miami Feb 16
Feb 16 @ 1240pm - It's not just showers you'll need to watch out for if you're heading to the Atlantic beaches today. Dangerous rip currents are also expected. Use caution if you're spending time in the water today!
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NWS Miami Feb 16
Feb 16: Scattered showers possible once again today over the east coast and portions of the interior
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NWS Miami Feb 15
Showers continue to be possible this weekend. Temperatures are forecast to be in the 60s tonight & 80s tomorrow. There is a high risk of rip currents for the Atlantic beaches. A Small Craft Advisory remains in effect for the Atlantic waters tonight.
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NWS Miami Feb 15
Feb 15 @ 1220 pm - Showers will continue for the east coast this afternoon. The heavier showers will impact coastal Broward and Miami-Dade Counties through mid afternoon.
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NWS Miami Feb 15
Feb 15 @ 8 AM - Look for mostly cloudy skies today with scattered showers along the east coast. Hazardous marine and beach conditions are expected, so exercise caution.
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NWS Miami Feb 15
Feb 15: There will be a chance for showers today across southeast Florida, with high temperatures in the upper 70s and lower 80s. A High Rip Current Risk is in effect for all South Florida Atlantic beaches through Monday evening.
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NWS Miami Feb 14
Feb 14: Locally heavy rain will continue through the early overnight hours across portions of southeastern Palm Beach County. Localized ponding of water on roadways and in low-lying areas, along with reduced visibility and slippery road conditions, will be possible.
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NWS Miami Feb 14
08:18 PM EST 02/14/2020 - Strong shower moving southeast through southeastern Palm Beach county capable of producing funnel clouds.
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NWS Miami Feb 14
8:06 PM EST 02/14/2020 - Strong shower moving into the southern near-shore Atlantic waters of Palm Beach County. Wind gusts up to 30 knots and waterspouts are possible with this strong shower.
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NWS Miami Feb 14
7:45 PM EST 02/14/2020 - Strong shower over Southeastern Palm Beach County capable of producing funnel clouds as it moves to the southeast during the next 45 minutes.
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NWS Miami Feb 14
A mild night and a warm Saturday expected. Although mostly dry, cannot rule out a spotty shower or two through Saturday.
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NWS Miami Feb 14
Feb 14 @ 912am - Fog is lifting this morning and the Dense Fog Advisory has expired as visibility improves. Still watch out for a fog patch here or there over the next hour and travel safely!
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NWS Miami Feb 14
Feb 14 @ 730 AM - Check out the poor visibility seen on this camera on I-75 in the Everglades. As you can see, there's still plenty of fog around so drive carefully! We have extended the Dense Fog Advisory until 9 AM for most of South Florida.
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NWS Miami Feb 14
Feb 14 @ 555am - Attention motorists! Prepare for sudden visibility reductions this morning, especially across the interior and Gulf coast. A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect until 8 AM this morning.
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