The spout stretched to the water. A boat could be seen close by but not close enough to be in danger. The spout dissipated a few minutes later. As for the weather in the rest of South Florida, CBS4’s Lissette Gonzalez says to expect some possible storms to start. Throughout the day you’ll see the potential for more storms. Some downpours and localized flooding are possible. A high pressure over the west Atlantic will keep a generally light southerly flow over South Florida on Friday.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Hurricane hunters will investigate two tropical waves in the Atlantic Ocean as hurricane season is in full swing. CBS4’s weather team is watching a disturbance about 750 miles East of the Windward Islands moving Westward at 15 miles per hour with a medium potential of cyclone development over the next five days. Showers and storms associated with this disturbance have become better organized but it is lacking a well-defined low-level center of circulation.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Line Dancing has become a sport enjoyed by dancers around the world. Here in South Florida, many are line dancing as a unique and fun way to work out the body and the mind. CBS4’s Lissette Gonzalez had the chance to put on her boots and get a lesson in line dancing at the Pinecrest Community Center. Kathy Gurdjian, also known as “Kathy G,” has been teaching line dancing at the Pinecrest Community Center for nearly 10 years and has been promoting line dancing for over 20 years.
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Selecting a term
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