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NWS Miami 23h
815am 5/24: A tropical storm is likely to form in the eastern Gulf this weekend and track generally northward. Regardless of development, very heavy rain and flooding are possible for portions of South FL this weekend. Additional impacts can't be ruled out at this time
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NWS Miami May 23
We continue to monitor disturbed weather over the western Caribbean. gives the disturbance a 60% chance of developing into a tropical low this weekend as it moves into the Gulf. Regardless of classification, heavy downpours will be a concern this weekend in So. FL.
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Broward County, FL May 22
Heavy rain remains a threat for South Florida late this week into Memorial Day weekend thanks to thunderstorm activity flaring up in the Caribbean. The National Weather Service says the disturbance has a 40% chance of development. Make sure your sprinklers are turned off.
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Broward County Government May 22
Boaters, remember to always check the forecast before you go out on the water 🛥️🌊.
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Broward County Government May 21
To help residents get ready for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season, the County is hosting its 4th Annual Hurricane Preparedness Open House on Saturday, June 2nd. Are you prepared?
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NWS Miami May 21
5/21: Flood Watch in effect until noon for Broward County. Locally heavy rainfall amounts of up to 2 inches are possible, which would cause additional flood problems throughout the metropolitan area. There is also a High Risk of on Atlantic beaches.
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NWS Miami May 16
Join us this Saturday May 19, 2018 10AM to 5PM at Museum of Discovery and Science. Free Admission! Learn about and Preparedness
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NWS May 12
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Broward County, FL May 11
You can play a large role in how your neighbors fare before, during and after a hurricane.
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NWS Miami May 10
South Florida's rainy season naturally comes with the increased threat of . Also remember that peaks during the rainy season. Important safety tips below as we enter the rainy season.
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Broward County, FL May 10
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Broward County, FL May 9
Are you insured for a hurricane? Find coverage at
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Broward County, FL May 8
Now's the time to stock up! Don't get caught in long lines for supplies and food. Visit our hurricane website for an 8-week shopping guide which helps spread cost over time.
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Broward County, FL May 7
Do you live in an evacuation zone? Staying with family or friends outside the evacuation zone should be your first option, if told to evacuate. Find out if you are in an evacuation zone here:
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Broward County, FL May 6
Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 6-12, 2018) is your time to prepare for a hurricane.
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Broward County, FL May 4
Learn how to prepare for hurricanes with daily tips and more.
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Broward County 911 Apr 27
The 911 call issue has been resolved. No impact to the radio system or computer-aided dispatch. Call takers attempted to return all calls that went into the abandoned queue. An after-action report will be generated and shared.
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Broward County 911 Apr 27
Broward County and its 911 vendor are actively working to resolve an issue affecting emergency calls to the County’s 3 dispatch centers. Calls are being received but are going to an abandoned queue. Calls are being returned. The County is also activating its contingency plan.
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Broward County, FL Apr 10
Be careful out there!
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