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June 3, 2022 6:16 PM

WEATHER ADVISORY

The City of North Miami Beach and the Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management are monitoring the Potential Tropical Cyclone One which is currently located about 75 miles southwest of Cozumel, Mexico. On the forecast track, the system should move across the southeastern Gulf of Mexico through Friday night and then move across the southern and central portions of the Florida Peninsula on Saturday.

As of today, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) has upgraded the Tropical Storm Watch to a Warning for all of South Florida including the Gulf, Atlantic waters, and Miami-Dade County.

The potential impacts for South Florida include:

• Heavy rainfall is likely to spread Friday through Saturday (7-10.5”).
• Flash Flooding is the primary threat.
• Gusty/squally conditions, brief tornadoes, and wind gusts in excess of 40 MPH are possible.
• Deteriorating marine/surf conditions will likely begin Friday afternoon and continue into Saturday.

Please note that a Flood Watch was issued for Miami-Dade County on June 2nd through the morning of June 5th. Sandbags are available for residents to pick up today at the Fleet Maintenance Office located at 1965 NE 151 Street. Only 4 bags per vehicle (for City residents only) until 4 p.m. Must show proof of ID. Sandbags will also be available on Saturday and Sunday at the location mentioned above.

For detailed information on Potential Tropical Cyclone One, please visit www.nhc.noaa.gov (Mobile: www.nhc.noaa.gov/mobile). For forecast information specific to your area, please visit http://www.weather.gov/mfl.

Our City Hall Building, NMB Library, and Park Facilities will close to the public at 3 p.m. today. All after-school programs at our Parks will remain on a regular schedule and open today. Due to declining weather conditions, all Parks will be closed on Saturday, June 4th.

The City advises all contractors, businesses, and property owners to take and implement all actions necessary to safeguard properties and prevent damages.

Failure to comply with these requirements may directly impact public health, safety, and welfare. For more information, please contact the Code Compliance Division at 305-948-2964.

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Latest Update:

June 4, 2022 3:03 PM

FLOOD ADVISORY #2

The City of North Miami Beach and the Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management continue monitoring the Potential Tropical Cyclone One in South Florida.


Here's an update on weather conditions:


  • Heavy rainfall and major flooding threat will continue for SE Florida through this afternoon as Potential Tropical Cyclone One moves across the Florida peninsula today.
  • Flooding threat will gradually diminish from west to east today.
  • Gusts/squalls of 40-55 mph with heavy rain bands, diminishing SW Florida after 10 AM but continuing interior and SE Florida into the afternoon.
  • One or two brief periods of sustained wind to 40 mph not out of the question with the remaining heavy rain bands moving across the area.


Our North Miami Beach Police Department has identified the following flood zones and advises residents to avoid these areas:


Excessive Flooding

Hanford Blvd – 164 Street


NE 18 Ave and Miami Gardens Drive


Road Closed – Shut Down

NE 23 Ave and 170 Street due to Excessive Flooding


Sandbags are being distributed today at the Highland Village Community Center located at 13621 Highland Dr., North Miami Beach, FL 33162

from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.


The safety of our residents is our main priority. Please read the safety tips below regarding flood zones:


  • Do not walk in flooded areas.
  • Do not drive through flooded roads.
  • Do not attempt to remove your vehicle from flooded areas. It is a hazardous condition, as there could be life threatening elements under the water such as live electric wires, cracks, etc.


Please stay home until authorities advise otherwise. For detailed information on Potential Tropical Cyclone One, please visit www.nhc.noaa.gov (Mobile: www.nhc.noaa.gov/mobile). For forecast information specific to your area, please visit http://www.weather.gov/mfl.

 

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