|By: gcain, 3:03 PM GMT on May 30, 2006||+0|
An interesting version of the daily thunderstorms has taken place over the last three or four days in South Florida. Moderate to severe storms have developed around Lake O and then proceeded to move South (basically along a line west of the turnpike). These storms have included severe lightning and winds. I happened to be out in Weston on Sunday afternoon at about 5 pm and got caught in a real good one...winds blew (probably 40 mph) and assorted junk was flying everywhere. These storms continue down into Dade and finally exit somewhere around Everglades National Park, etc. I think they start off as part of the sea breeze front but the movement south makes for a slightly different senario than the usual west to east or east to west movement in the late afternoon. The eastern part of Broward has only seen very spotty showers so far. Now we have this low off to the east moving generally in our direction, so that should change the pattern by Thursday or Friday.
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