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A low-pressure storm system moving across the Gulf of Mexico brought heavy rains to the Gulf Coast.
In particular, the South Florida region received the brunt of the precipitation as the low and frontal boundaries moved across the gulf.
A moderate risk for excessive rainfall was issued for South Florida prior to the rains moving in.
The Miami-Fort Lauderdale metro area showed upwards of 3 – 6 inches of daily rainfall during the event.
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VIIRS imagery of the swirling low pressure system that was directing the precipitation along the gulf coast and South Florida.
NOAA-20 NOAA-21 S-NPP
This two-day time lapse shows heavy rain pummeling South Florida, producing high impact flooding.
Infrared (band 13)
Water vapor imagery shows South Florida receiving heavy rain and potential for flooding.
Flooding Mid-latitude Cyclones
Water Vapor (band 9)
24-hour timelapse of the Gulf Coast receiving heavy rain from a storm system in the Gulf of Mexico.
GeoColor GLM Group Energy Density