A complex of severe thunderstorms was rolling in from the Gulf of Mexico and will cross South Florida Wednesday afternoon.
The storms bring the risk of damaging wind gusts, blinding downpours, frequent lightning strikes and small hail.
As the storms roll through, there is a risk of power outages and downed trees as well as flooded roadways.
A couple of spots could be hit with a short lived, potentially rain-wrapped tornado.
Cities in the path of the storms include Naples, Fort Myers, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.
Move indoors as the storms approach, and do not drive through flooded roadways.
Golf carts and picnic pavilions do not offer adequate protection from lightning.
North of the violent storms, rain will soak part of Central Florida for a time, including the Tampa, Orlando and Melbourne areas.
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The new week will bring more opportunities for snow to create slick travel in the northeastern United States, starting with a winter storm set to sideswipe New England on Monday.
Cold and snow showers are in store for the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday but should not significantly impact voter turnout.
As the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers clash for the Super Bowl 50 title in Santa Clara, California, on Sunday, they will do so in one of the most energy-efficient stadiums in the world.
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Severe blizzard conditions over all of Iowa in toughest modern winter.
East Coast (1978)
Massive Northeaster buried East Coast cities - 18 in. NYC, 16 in. Philadelphia, 14 in. Baltimore. Referred to as the blizzard of '78. It was the worst winter storm in coastal New England history. Monumental surf from hurricane force winds battered the coastline. Boston 27.2 in. snow, near 50 in. in NW Rhode Island. 75 deaths. $500 million damage.
Norfolk, VA (1980)
12.4 inches of snow.