Tropical Storm Isaac: Watch Out For Falling Palm Fronds UPDATED
|Tropical Storm Isaac = RATINGS!!!!!!!!|
Miami-Dade County public schools still will remain closed on Monday. (Hurricanes: South Florida's version of a snow day.)
Here's the latest advisory from NOAA: Miami-Dade is no longer under any kind of hurricane watch or warning. However, the county still remains under a tropical storm warning. The Florida Keys still remain under a hurricane warning.
Isaac is moving west/northwest toward the Keys at 18 mph with maximum sustained winds at 65 mph. So far, the fear that the warm waters of the Florida Straits would intensify the storm haven't come to fruition. Still, as the storm passes the Keys and goes into the Gulf of Mexico, it seems it could be headed toward New Orleans next.
Update: 2 p.m. advisory from NOAA is basically the same. Storm still moving west/northwest at 18 mph with a maximum sustained winds at 60 mph. Your plastic lawn furniture has probably tipped over at this point.
FPL reports that out of over 1 million customers in Miami-Dade,